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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE 
WORKS OF 

Rudyard Kipling 

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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST 

YEAR PAGE 

1879. '^^^ SCRIBBLER. 3 

1881. SCHOOLBOY LYRICS. 4 
1878-1898. THE UNITED SERVICES COLLEGE 

CHRONICLE. 5 

1884. ECHOES. 14 

1885. QUARTETTE. 16 
1883-1892. THE CIVIL & MILITARY GAZETTE, 

THE PIONEER, THE PIONEER MAIL, THE 

WEEK'S NEWS. 18 

1885-1886. THE CALCUTTA REVIEW. I9 

1885. THE VISION OF HAMID ALL 20 

1886. THE SEVEN NIGHTS OF CREATION. 20 
1886. KING SOLOMON'S HORSES, (^^the Calcutta 

Review.') 1 9 
1886-1899. DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES AND OTHER 

VERSES. 22 

1888-1899. PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS. ^3 

1888-189O. THE INDIAN RAILWAY LIBRARY. 42 

1888-189O. SOLDIERS THREE. 44 

1888-189O. THE STORY OF THE GADSBYS. 47 

1888-189O. IN BLACK AND WHITE. 49 

1888-189O. UNDER THE DEODARS. 52 






vi CHRONOLOGICAL LIST 

1888-189O. THE PHANTOM 'RICKSHAW. 55 

1888-189O. WEE WILLIE WINKIE. 57 

1889-189O. FIRST AMERICAN EDITIONS. 61 

1888-1890. **TURNOVERS.'» 67 
189O-1892. THE SONG OF THE WOMEN. (HELEN'S 

TOWER.) 23 

1890. **MY GREAT AND ONLY.'* 72 

1889-1892. THE ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE. 72 
1890. THE LAST OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE. 

(WERNER'S READINGS.) 74 
1890-1893. THE SCOTS OBSERVER, THE NATIONAL 

OBSERVER. 74 

1890. *^CLEARED." 74 
1890. DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES, BARRACK-ROOM 

BALLADS, AND OTHER VERSES. 75 

1890. THE COURTING OF DINAH SHADD. 78 

1890. THE RECORD OF BADALIA HERODSFOOT. 83 

189O-189I. THE LIGHT THAT FAILED. 84 

1890. FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY. ^Longman's Magazine.^ 90 

1890. THE LAMENTABLE COMEDY OF WILLOW 
WOOD. (The Fortnightly Review.^ 90 

189O-1899. THE CITY OF DREADFUL NIGHT. 9I 

1891. THE SMITH ADMINISTRATION. 97 
189I. LETTERS OF MARQUE. TOO 
189I. HIS PRIVATE HONOUR. I05 
189I. AMERICAN NOTES. I05 
189I. MINE OWN PEOPLE. I08 
189I. LIFE'S HANDICAP. 110 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST vii 

189I. POEMS. (BEAST AND MAN IN INDIA.) II3 

1891. A BALLAD OF EAST AND WEST; THE 

FLAG OF ENGLAND. (LYRA HEROICA.) II4 

1892. A MATTER OF FACT. II5 
1892. THE NAULAHKA. II5 
1892. OLD JOHNNY GRUNDY. (FAME'S TRIBUTE 

TO CHILDREN.) I18 
1892. LETTER. (THE YEAR-BOKE OF THE 

SETTE OF ODD VOLUMES.) II9 

1892. MY LORD THE ELEPHANT. I20 
1892-1893. BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS. 121 

1893. *'BOBS.'' 127 
1893-I924. LETTERS ADDRESSED TO A. P. WATT. I28 
1893. THE SEA-WIFE. (STEVE BROWN'S 

BUNYIP.) 129 

1893. POEM. (THE LIBRARY OF EDMUND GOSSE.) I29 

1893. MANY INVENTIONS. I30 

1893. THE RHYME OF THE THREE SEALERS. I32 

1893. THE LEGS OF SISTER URSULA. i^The Idler.^ I34 

1894. THE JUNGLE BOOK. I34 
1894-I918. IN SIGHT OF MOUNT MONADNOCK. I37 
1894. ROMANCE. (UNDER LOCHNAGAR.) I39 
1894. MY FIRST BOOK. I4O 
1894. THE STORY OF UNG. I42 

1894. THE TRIBUNE FRESH AIR FUND. I42 

1895. *'GOOD HUNTING.'* I44 
1895. THE SECOND JUNGLE BOOK. I44 
1895. OUT OF INDIA. I47 



X CHRONOLOGICAL LIST 

1899. THE STRANGE RIDE OF MORROWBIE 

JUKES. 217 
1899. LETTERS. (A KIPLING PRIMER.) 217 
1899. LETTERS. (AN ATTEMPT AT APPRECIA- 
TION.) 218 
1899-I907. THE BRUSHWOOD BOY. 2X8 
1899. CRUISERS. 220 
1899. THE KING. 220 
1899. DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES, BALLADS AND 

BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS. 221 

1899. STALKY & CO. 222 

1899. HIS MAJESTY THE KING; WEE WILLIE 
WINKIE. 224 

1899-I9OO. THE ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR. 224 

1900. THE ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR; RE- 
CESSIONAL; **BOBS.»' 228 

1899-I9OO. FROM SEA TO SEA. 229 
1900. LETTERS. (ECCENTRICITIES OF 

GENIUS.) 232 
1900. LETTER. (SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN 

LIFE STORY.) 232 
1900. THE SON OF HIS FATHER. (FOR BRI- 
TAIN'S SOLDIERS.) 233 
1900. THE ELEPHANT'S CHILD. 234 
1900. THE BEGINNING OF THE ARMADILLOS. 234 
1900. THE SING-SONG OF OLD MAN KANGAROO. 235 
1900. THE FRIEND. 235 
1900. THE FAITH-CUP OF THE WHITE MEN. 238 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST xi 

1900. AULD LANG SYNE. 238 

1900. OCCASIONAL POEMS. QThe Cornhill BookletS) 239 

1900. WITH NUMBER THREE. 24O 
I9OO-I908. THE KIPLING READERS. MACMILLAN 

& CO. 243 

1900. FOLLY BRIDGE. (jColUers Weekly .^ 245 

1900. THE OUTSIDER. QMcClure's Magazine.') 245 
1900. A BURGHER OF THE FREE STATE. 

QEvery body's Magazine-) 246 

1900. ^'TO FIGHTING BOB.*' (A SAILOR'S LOG.) 246 

1901. STORIES AND POEMS FROM THE FRIEND. 
(WAR'S BRIGHTER SIDE.) 242 

I9OI. KIM. 247 
I9OI. DRAWINGS AND VERSES. (THE WORKS 

OF RUDYARD KIPLING.) 250 

I9OI. RAILWAY REFORM IN GREAT BRITAIN. 250 

I9OI. THE SIN OF WITCHCRAFT. 25I 

I9OI. BRIDGE-GUARD IN THE KARROO. 25I 

I9OI. THE LESSON. 252 

I9OI. THE SCIENCE OF REBELLION. 252 

I9OI. A VILLAGE RIFLE CLUB. (Jt he Spectator.) 253 
I90I. ON THE APPOINTMENT OF THE FIRST 

AND SECOND ARMY CORPS. {T'he Spectator.) 253 

I9OI. M.I. 253 

1901. THE REFORMER. 254 

1902. THE ISLANDERS. 255 
1902. BELOW THE MILL DAM. 256 
1902. THE BUGLER. ^t he Regiment.) 256 



xii CHRONOLOGICAL LIST 

I902-I9I2. JUST SO STORIES. 256 

1902. PAN IN VERMONT. 261 

1902. THE CAPTIVE. 263 

1902. STEAM TACTICS. 263 

1903. THE ROWERS. 264 
1903. THE SETTLER. 264 
1903. THE FIVE NATIONS. 265 

1903. THEIR LAWFUL OCCASIONS. 269 

1904. THE MUSE AMONG THE MOTORS. 269 
I9O4-I905. THE ARMY OF A DREAM. 27I 
I9O4. LETTER. (THE COMPLETE MOTORIST.) 273 
I9O4-I906. **THEY.'» 273 
1904. TRAFFICS AND DISCOVERIES. 275 
1904. MOTTO FOR SUNDIAL. (HELIO-TROPES.) 277 
I9O4-I909. THE GYPSY TRAIL. 278 

1904. A TOUR OF INSPECTION. ^Metropolitan 
Magazine.') 280 

1905. LETTER. (THROUGH ISLE AND EMPIRE.) 281 

1905. THE HERITAGE. 281 

1906. PUCK OF POOK'S HILL. 282 
I906-I916. THE TEMPEST. 285 
1906. SOUTH AFRICA. 288 

1906. **THE TIMES'' AND THE PUBLISHERS. 29O 

1907. THE SONS OF MARTHA. 29O 
1907. SPEECH AT THE DINNER OF THE 

ARTISTS' GENERAL BENEVOLENT 

ASSOCIATION. 291 

I907-I9IO. COLLECTED VERSE. 29I 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST xiii 

1908. THE MARRED DRIVES OF WINDSOR. 

(THE FLAG.) 293 

1908. DOCTORS. 293 
I908-I9IO. LETTERS TO THE FAMILY. 294 

1909. LETTER. (THE SURPLUS.) 296 
1909. WITH THE NIGHT MAIL. 297 
I9O9-I9IO. CUCKOO SONG. 298 
I9O9-I915. A SONG OF THE ENGLISH. 299 
1909. ACTIONS AND REACTIONS. 30I 
1909. THE CITY OF BRASS. 303 
1909. A PATROL SONG. 303 
1909. ABAFT THE FUNNEL. 3O4 
1909. KIPLING STORIES AND POEMS EVERY 

CHILD SHOULD KNOW. 307 

1909. COLD IRON. 308 

1909. A DOCTOR OF MEDICINE. 309 

1909. THE WRONG THING. 309 

1909. GLORIANA. 310 

1909. THE CONVERSION OF ST. WILFRID. 3IO 

1909. THE TREE OF JUSTICE. 3IO 

1910. SIMPLE SIMON. 311 
I9IO. BROTHER SQUARE-TOES. 3II 
I9IO. A PRIEST IN SPITE OF HIMSELF. 312 
I9IO. THE HORSE MARINES. 312 
I9IO. REWARDS AND FAIRIES. 313 
I9IO. THE DEAD KING. 316 
I9IO. LETTER. (THE LIFE OF EDMUND 

CLARENCE STEDMAN.) 317 



xiv CHRONOLOGICAL LIST 

1910. PROTECTIVE SUITS FOR AIRMEN. QThe Car.') 317 

1911. THE SPIES' MARCH. 317 
I9II. THE DECLARATION OF LONDON. 3I9 
I9II. THREE POEMS. 319 
I9II. A HISTORY OF ENGLAND. 320 
I9II. IN MEMORY OF AN ALMOST FATAL 

ERROR. (FROM PILLAR TO POST.) 323 

1911. WHY SNOW FALLS AT VERNET. (THE 
MERRY THOUGHT.) 324 

I912-I913. SONGS FROM BOOKS. 324 

1912. THE FEMALE OF THE SPECIES. 334 
I912-I9I4. ULSTER. 334 
I9I2. AS EASY AS A. B. C. 335 
I912. THE KIPLING READERS. (D. APPLETON 

& CO.) 23^ 

I912. POEMS. (THE HOME BOOK OF VERSE.) 338 

1912. A REINFORCEMENT. (She Near East.) 339 

1913. HARBOUR WATCH. 339 
I913. AN UNRECORDED TRIAL. 34O 
I9I3. TO J.W. R. (THE WORKS OF JAMES 

WHITCOMB RILEY.) 34O 

1913. FRANCE. 34I 

1914. SOME ASPECTS OF TRAVEL. 342 
I9I4. THE SECRET BARGAIN AND THE 

ULSTER PLOT. 342 

I9I4. INDICTMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT. 343 

I9I4. THE COVENANT. 343 

I9I4. A CALL TO THE NATION. 344 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST xv 

I9I4. FOR ALL WE HAVE AND ARE. 344 

I9I4. LORD ROBERTS. 346 

I9I4. THE OUTLAWS. 346 

1914. INTRODUCTION. (WAR.) 347 
I9I4-I915. THE NEW ARMY IN TRAINING. 349 

1915. NATIONAL BANDS. 35I 
I915. THE SOUL OF A BATTALION. iKhaki.') 35I 

1915. A valentine; the legend of the 

CEDAR SWAMP. (G. M. WILLIAMSON 

SALE CATALOGUE.) 35I 

I915. FRANCE AT WAR. 354 

1915. THE FRINGES OF THE FLEET. 356 

1916. FOUR SONGS FROM THE FRINGES OF 

THE FLEET. 357 

I916. KIPLING BOY STORIES. 359 

I916. TALES OF **THE TRADE.'* 360 

I916. THE DESTROYERS AT JUTLAND. 362 

1916. THE NEUTRAL. 364 
I916-I917. SEA WARFARE. 364 

1917. A DIVERSITY OF CREATURES. 366 
I917-I918. THE EYES OF ASIA. 369 
I917. THE FUMES OF THE HEART. 369 
I9I7. THE PRIVATE ACCOUNT. 369 
I917. A RETIRED GENTLEMAN. 3/0 
I917. A TROOPER OF HORSE. 370 
I917. THE WAR IN THE MOUNTAINS. 37I 
I917. THE CHOICE. (A TREASURY OF WAR 

POETRY.) 373 



xviii CHRONOLOGICAL LIST 

1923. HUNTERIAN FESTIVAL ADDRESS. 416 

1923. WHY SNOW FALLS AT VERNET. 416 

1923. THE IRISH GUARDS. 4I7 

1923. KIPLING CALENDAR. 418 

I923-I924. INDEPENDENCE. 4I9 

1923. ADDRESS AT DUNDEE. 420 

1923. LONDON TOWN [STONE.] 42I 
1923. LETTER. (THE LIFE OF MRS. HUMPHRY 

WARD.) 421 

1923. JOB'S WIFE. (WILLIAM GABLE SALE 
CATALOGUE.) 4O5 

1924. DRAWING, POEM. (PENNSYLVANIA 
COLLECTOR SALE CATALOGUE.) 406 

1924. THE JANEITES. 423 

1924. TWO BREITMANN BALLADS. 424 

1924. SONGS FOR YOUTH. 424 

1925. LETTERS, POEMS, FACSIMILES. (GEORGE 
BARR McCUTCHEON SALE CATALOGUE.) 406 

1925. THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY. 426 

1925. CHARTRES WINDOWS. 427 

1925. A CHOICE OF SONGS. 427 
1925. LETTERS. (THE LIFE OF SIR WILLIAM 

OSLER.) 429 

1925. THE POTTED PRINCESS. 429 
1925. COLLAR-WALLAH AND THE POISON 

STICK. 430 

1925. *^'THEY'' AND BRUSHWOOD BOY. 43I 

1926. ON DRY-COW FISHING. 43I 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WORKS 

OF 

RUDYARD KIPLING 



In the following pages the location of each 
article and poem, if previously printed, is 
given in the table of contents of the volume 
where it was first collected. 



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Facsimile of manuscript of an early draft in the 
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KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY 

[I] 
THE SCRIBBLER 

**Dulce est desipere in loco." The Scribbler Vol. I 
No. 12 3rd June 1879. Written at the Scribbler of- 
fice by Messrs. Morris (jr.) and published by them 
Tuesday 3rd June 1879. Notice. This number con- 
cludes the 1st volume. 
Kipling's contributions: 

Vol. I. No. XII, June 3, 1879. My First Adventure. 
Vol. II. No. I, June 30, 1879. My First Adventure. 
Vol. II. No. Ill, January 5, 1880. The Pillow Fight. 

"The Pillow Fight" was printed in The United Services College 
Chronicle, No. v, July 23, 1881, signed "I.N.O." 

While Kipling was at school at the United Services College, West- 
ward Ho! he contributed to a little home paper, The Scribbler, 
which was got up among the younger members of the Burne 
Jones and William Morris families. This appeared once, or some 
times twice, a month, according to the energy of the editor, and 
was written by May Morris and her sister. The edition consisted 
of two copies only. It lasted from November, 1 878, to March, 1 880. 

Three numbers still exist, each containing a contribution by Kipling, 
signed "Nickson." 

Among the mass of copy found in the editorial portfolio, with the 
last unfinished number, were three poems by Kipling, all signed 
"Nickson": "The Night Before" and "The Dusky Crew," 
printed in Schoolboy Lyrics, 1881, and "Job's Wife," printed en- 
tire in the catalogue for the William Gable Sale, American Art 
Galleries, November 5, k^i^- 

Kipling contributed several articles and poems to a local newspaper 
while at Westward Ho! These have not been identified. 



KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY C1881 



SCHOOLBOY LYRICS 

(Printed for private circulation only). Schoolboy 
Lyrics, By Rudyard Kipling. Lahore. Printed at 
the 'Xivil and Military Gazette" Press. 1881. 

Small duodecimo. Issued in blank paper covers. As an after- 
thought a cover of coarse brown paper was added, lettered 
on the front "Schoolboy Lyrics, By Rudyard Kipling." 
Size, approximately, 5! by 4J inches. 

Collation: i leaf, pp. 46. — Title, i leaf; text, pp. 1-46. 

The book was printed in India by Kipling's parents while he was at 
school in England. Probably about fifty copies were printed, and 
perhaps half had the brown covers. Copies have been described 
as "large paper," but there was only one issue, though some 
copies were trimmed more than others. Only one of the twenty- 
three poems which it contains relates to his school life. All except 
"The Night Before" have been reprinted in Early Verse, 1900. 

Contents 

"Lo! as a little child." 

The Dusky Crew. 

Written for The Scribbler. 

The Night Before. 

Written for The Scribbler. 

Two Sides of the Medal. 

This Side the Styx. 

Reading the Will. 

An Echo. 

Caret. 

Roses. 

The Lesson. 

The Song of the Sufferer. 

Reprinted in 'The United Services College Chronicle^ Decem- 
ber II, 1882, with the title "Follicular Tonsilitis." 

The Front Door. 



1878] THE COLLEGE CHRONICLE 5 

Fragment of a Projected Poem. 

Printed entire in The Calcutta Review^ April, 1886, with the 

title "The Seven Nights of Creation." 
Conventionality. 
Envy, Hatred and Malice. 
Legend of Devonshire. 

Reprinted in The United Services College Chronicle^ June 30, 

1 88 1. Only six stanzas were reprinted in Early Verse. 
Illusion, Disillusion, Allusion. 
Overheard. 
From the Wings. 
Credat Judseus. 
Solus cum Sola. 
Missed. 
Requiescat in Pace. 

Kipling printed on his own copy two lines from Byron's English 
and Scotch Reviewers. 

"It's nice to see one's name in print; 
A book 's a book, although there 's nothing in 't." 

3 

THE UNITED SERVICES COLLEGE 

CHRONICLE 

The United Services College Chronicle. Bideford, 

1878-1898. 

See reproduction of title-page of vol. i , and of page i of No. iv. 

Quarto, measuring 7I by 10 inches, each number containing 
4 or 6 leaves, published irregularly. No. i is dated June 11, 
1878, and bears the imprint *'E. H. Ridley, at No. 11, High 
Street, Bideford." No. iv is without imprint. No. v and 
the remaining numbers were printed by Wilson Brothers, 
Bideford. 

A title-page and index to vol. i, Nos. i to xxxv, was printed. 
An *' Appendix," a folded sheet of four pages, was inserted 



TH E 



UNITED SERVICES COLLEGE 
CHRONICLE. 



FORSITAN ri/CO OLIM MEMINISSE JUVABIT 



VOLUME I 

1878-1887. 



BIDEFORD: 
Printed for the United Servicee College, Westward Ho, North Devon, by Wilson Brothers, 7. Mill Street. 



The 



United Services College 
Chronicle. 



No. 4. 



JUNE 30, 1881 



Price 6d. 



Editorial. 

Scliuol Hlo at Hist si^lit scorns regular and 
monotonous enough, uviiits ol'any importanco 
ari' fc-w and far botwct-n, day follows day 
suiftly and sili'iitly, till at last one finds that 
the term has approached its end, journey 
moniy ordei-s have been handed in, servants 
tipped, Jkudsha.w consulted, and the whole 
three mdiilhs slips aWay into tlu' past with 
very litth> to shew for, it, sjive our reports and 
sundry jackets that liave become too small. 
Unless some record be kept there is u general 
haziness as to where such and #iuch a match 
was played, who took most prizes at the 
Athletics of a certain year, and so ou.< All 
these items — trivial us they may appear to au 
outsidi r — possess a permanent interest in our 
eyes, for " Jioys may como and boys may go, 
yet these go on for ever," and a new generation 
takes an intense delight Jn the exploits of its 
predecessor Witness the way in which a one 
tei'm junioi- glorifies himself in the reflected 
light of the gr^^at departed ones, and discourses 
on us and our football matches with as much 
assurance as the five-year old veteran, whoso 
shins have many and many a time be(i,n barked 
for the honour of the College. 



Wo purpose, thrrofdre, in penning the 
Chronicle to keep account of the incidiiits that 
go to make u)> our t(>rms, to open our columns 
to everyone — for a paper really to represent 
School opinion must embodj the id<\isofthc 
whole community, to suggest improvements, 
and ^rowl at whatever may strike us as growl- 
able at. Our parents have the privilege of 
writing to the Times — Ipl us' writt^ to the 
Chronicle. Have we spiked ourselves upon a 
nail in the form ? Let us indite burning 
letters to the Editor, depicting the atrocity of 
form-spiking. Arc our studies draughty '? Let 
us weary the College with appeals for Sandbags. 
Ought alterations to be made in the Pavilion 
or elsewhere? Is "anything easier than to 
point out the re(j[uired improvements to the 



woVld at la 



Are we convinced nature has 



crelited us poets of the highest order? All 
things must have a beginning ; deign to submit 
to the Editor your cfl'usions, and to copy the 
words'^t^f a handbill, "All .shall n-ceive prompt 
attention " The summer tei-m has begun, 
surely some embryo Savant could favour us 
witlj. his observations on the habits of some 
bird .or beast in the neighbourhood. Take the 
eat i\)r instance :. Why do they gambol at such 
unearthly houra just under the dormitory 



8 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1878] 

in Nos. XIV to xxiv. These sheets were paged consecu- 
tively I to 43, each page headed *'The United Services Col- 
lege Chronicle." They contain the story *'Tarass Boolba, 
a Cosack Story." 

Kipling attended the United Services College, Westward Ho! from 
January, 1878, to July, 1882. He was editor of the college paper 
from June, 1 881, to July, 1882 (Nos. iv to x). All these numbers 
contain contributions from his pen — editorials, notes of the liter- 
ary and debating society of which he was the secretary, stories, 
and poems. The Natural History Notes were generally written by 
E. H. Ridley, one of the masters. We cannot find that Kipling 
contributed to the three numbers issued before he became editor, 
but he contributed to a few numbers after his return to India. 

The following is a list of Kipling's contributions, so far as it has been 
possible to identify them, and of notes referring to Kipling and 
Dunsterville (Stalky). Some of the poems were collected in Early 
Verse, 1900. The others have never been reprinted with the au- 
thor's permission, though some extracts appeared in The Book- 
many December, 1899, and The Captain, April, 1907, and portions 
of several others in A Literary Appreciation, by R. Thurston 
Hopkins, 191 7. All those not included in Early Verse were re- 
printed in Fragmenta Condita, 1922. 

I. Contains only School Notes. 

II. Contains a poem "The Lay of the Bad Speller," which was 
not, however, by Kipling. 

III. Contains a poem "A New Boy's First Idea of Westward Ho," 

which was written by E. A. Savile. 

IV. Dated June 30, 1881. 

Editorial. Prose. 

Life in the Corridor. Prose. 

Concernyng Swaggers. Prose. 

A Legend of Devonshire. Verse. 

This poem was printed in Schoolboy Lyrics. There, it 
contained six stanzas of four lines each, and was re- 
printed from that text in Early Verse. Here, it contains 
eleven stanzas. 

The Excursion. Verse. 



1882] THE COLLEGE CHRONICLE 9 

V. Dated July 23, 1881. 
Editorial. Prose. 
Life in the Studies. Prose. 
School Notes. Prose. 
De Profundis: A Ballade of Bitterness. Verse. 

Two stanzas were reprinted in A Literary Appreciation, 

by R. Thurston Hopkins. 
The Pillow-Fight. Verse. 

This was signed "LN.O." It was written for The 

Scribbler, and signed "Nickson." 

VI. Dated November i, 1881. 
Birds of Passage. Prose. 

*' O fortunatos nimium sua si bona norint." Prose. 
School Notes. Prose. 
Index Malorum. Verse. 
A Mistake. By R****t B******g. Verse. 

VII. Dated December 5, 1881. 

Answers to Correspondence. Prose. 
Debating Society Notes. Prose. 
Told in the Dormitory. Part i. Verse. 
Waytinge. Verse. 

A Rabid Effusion, in the Style of "The Hunting of the 
Snark." Verse. 

VIII. Dated March 20, 1882. 

Editorial Note. Asking for contributions. 
Debating Society Notes. Prose. 
Fables for the Young. Prose. 
Ibbetson Dun. Part i. Prose. 
Told in the Dormitory. Part 11. Verse. 
Romance and Reality. Verse. 
The Knight Errant. Verse. 
Ave Imperatrix. 

Reprinted in ^e Youth's Companion and in Early 

Verse. 
Correspondence. Note to one letter. 
Notice of Kipling as Sir Anthony. 

IX. Dated June 3, 1882. 

Hints on Football. Prose. 



lO KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1882 

Ibbetson Dun. Part 11. Prose. 

Although this part ends "To be continued," none of 

the later numbers contains the concluding chapters. 
Fables for the Young. A Second Series. Prose. 
Told in the Dormitory. Part iii. Verse. 
The Worst of It. 

Reprinted in Early Verse with the title "The Jam- 

Pot." 
Statistics. Editorial Note. 

X. Dated July 24, 1882. 

"Donee gratus eram." Verse. 
Reprinted in Early Verse. 

XI. Dated October 28, 1882. 
Mentions Stalky & Co. 

XII. Dated December 11, 1882. 

Follicular Tonsilitis. Verse. 

This had been printed in Schoolboy Lyrics, 1881, 
with the title "The Song of the Sufferer," and re- 
printed from that text, which differs slightly from 
this, in Early Verse. 

XIII. Dated March 12, 1883. 

Notice of Dunsterville as Caliban. 
Modus Vivendi. Verse. 

XVI. Dated October 15, 1883. 
The Song of the Exiles. 

Signed "Gigs." Reprinted in Early Verse. 
Dunsterville to Sandhurst. 

XVIII. Dated March 28, 1884. 

On Fort Duty. An O.U.S.C. Singeth Sorrowfully. 
Signed "Z. 54 R.A." Reprinted in Early Verse. 

XXI. Dated October 30, 1884. 

The Ride of the Schools. 

Signed "N.W.P." Reprinted in Early Verse with 

the title "The Boar of the Year." 
Dunsterville gazetted 1st. R. Sussex, 35 Reg. 

XXIII. Dated March 28, 1885. 

Dunsterville in Egypt. 



THE COLLEGE CHRONICLE II 

XXIV. Dated June i8, 1885. 
Letter from Egypt. 

Signed "Happy-go-lucky" (Stalky), by Dunster- 
ville. 

XXVII. Dated April 12, 1886. 

"The city of Delhi is hushed and still." Verse. 
Signed "O.U.S.C." Probably by Kipling. 

XXVIII. Dated July 2, 1886. 

The Battle of Assaye. 

Reprinted in Early Verse. 
Review of Echoes, with several extracts. 

XXX. Dated December 18, 1886. 
Mahommed Din. 

Reprinted from T^he Civil ^ Military Gazette^ Sep- 
tember 8, 1886. Reprinted in Plain Tales from 
the Hills, 1888, with the title "The Story of Mu- 
hommad Din." 

XXXI. Dated March 7, 1887. 

"The City of Dreadful Night." 

Reprinted by permission from The Civil ^ Military 
Gazette^ September 10, 1885. Reprinted in Life's 
Handicap, 1891. 

XXXIII. Dated July 20, 1887. 

Dunsterville seconded for service. 

XXXV. Dated December 15, 1887. 

"Dis aliter visum." Prose. 

Signed "R.K. (O.U.S.C.)." Reprinted by permis- 
sion from 'The Pioneer , July 4, 1885. 

XXXVI. Dated March 31, 1888. 

East and West. Verse. 

Signed "R.K." Reprinted from The Civil ^ 
Military Gazette y November 14, 1885. ^^^^ was 
also issued as a broadside, on green paper, by 
Wilson Brothers, Bideford. 

XXXIX. Dated October 29, 1888. 

Review of the third edition of Departmental Ditties. 



12 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1888 

XL. Dated December 17, 1888. 
Naboth. 

Reprinted by permission from ^he Civil Csf Af/7/- 
tary Gazette^ August 26, 1886. Reprinted in Life's 
Handicap, 1891. 

XLI. Dated March 27, 1889. 

Inscribed in Presentation Copy to the Common Room 
of* Echoes." 

Reprinted in Early Verse, with the title "To my 
very noble and approved good masters." 

XLiv. Dated March 31, 1890. 

Sketch of Kipling, with quotations from reviews of 
his works and a list of his books from The Times, 
March 25, 1890. 

XLv. Dated July 14, 1890. 

Notice of Kipling's visit to the college. 

xLVii. Dated April 10, 1891. 
Notice of Kipling. 

XLViii. Dated July 18, 1891. 

Notice of "The Finest Story in the World." 

L. Dated April 11, 1892. 

Notice of Kipling's marriage to Miss Caroline Starr 
Balestier. 

Lii. Dated December 19, 1892. 

Notice of Kipling in America. 

Lv. Dated December 16, 1893. 

School Notes. Kipling's article on "The Old School" 
printed in The Youth's Companion, October 19, 
1893. 

Lviii. Dated December 17, 1894. 

Kipling's "Speech on Behalf of the Old Boys," made 
at the commencement exercises of the school held 
July 25, preceding. 

Lxi. Dated April 17, 1896. 

Notice of the birth of Kipling's daughter. 



1913] THE COLLEGE CHRONICLE 13 

Lxviii. 1898. Old Boys' Notes. Reference to Kipling's recovery 
from illness, and Mrs. Kipling's regrets that he can- 
not write a few words for this number. 

LXix. 1899. Reference to Stalky & Co. and "The Absent- 
Minded Beggar." 

Lxx. 1900. Reference to Kipling as a guest of Cecil Rhodes, 
and to a pass given him by Lord Roberts. 

Lxxi. 1900. Natural History Society. ("Slim "and "Stalky.") 

Lxxiv. May, 1901. Special War Number. 

Lxxvi. 1 901. Kipling's regrets for his absence from the 
O.U.S.C. dinner. 

Lxxvii. 1 901. Kim added to the library. 

Lxxviii. Poem to Rudyard Kipling. 

Lxxix. "The Home of his Ancestors." 

Parody title upon "The Tomb of his Ancestors." 
The library: Kipling one of the chief authors read; two 
of Kipling's books sent to be rebound. 

Lxxx. Reference to " Early Prose and Verse Works of Rudyard 
Kipling," which appeared in 'The Rand Daily Mail. 

Lxxxv. Sketch of the life of Serj.-Major Schofield (Foxy), with 
a reference to Kipling. 

"Old Westward Ho! Boys' Society Chronicle." 
Vol. I, April, 1913. No. i. 

Printed to perpetuate the memory of the "old Coll. Chronicle." 



There still exist a programme for "The Rivals," in which Kipling 
took the part of Sir Anthony Absolute, and the lists of examina- 
tions from 1878 to 1882. 

Many of Kipling's schoolbooks contain verses and drawings, and 
other scribbling. Ovid (Cambridge, 1877) contains drawings of 
musical instruments, animals, legs, arms; Hale's Longer English 
Poems, 1878, contains Latin and English verses, a sonnet to 
Keats, and verses on Shelley and Pope. 



14 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1884 



ECHOES 

Echoes. By Two Writers, [quotation from Old 
Play, 6 lines. 1884] 

Small duodecimo. Issued in light-brown paper wrappers, with 
the imprint "Lahore: The 'Civil and Military Gazette' 
Press " on the front cover. 

Collation : 3 leaves, pp. 72. — Blank leaf, title and index, 3 
leaves; text, pp. 1-72. 

The two writers were Rudyard Kipling and his sister Beatrice. The 
volume contains thirty-nine poems, of which thirty-two are as- 
cribed to Rudyard and seven to his sister. 

As the title indicates, most of the pieces are parodies or imitations of 
the style of various great poets. The names of the authors whose 
works have been imitated were inserted at the head of eighteen of 
the poems by Kipling when they were included in Early Verse. 

There is a copy in which Kipling has written in pencil, at the end of 
four poems, "Written at School. R.K." These are "How the 
Day Broke," "A Locked Way," "Land Bound," and "How the 
Goddess Awakened." 

In another copy, where the names of the authors parodied were 
written at the top in pencil, that of D. G. Rossetti was prefixed to 
the last poem, " Cavaliere Servente," though no name appears in 
Early Verse. In this copy, also, Beatrice's name is filled in op- 
posite the seven poems attributed to her. 

There is a copy in which the initials "J.L.K.," those of Kipling's 
father, were written below the quotation on the title-page, and it 
is probable that he was the author of these lines. He also designed 
the cover. 

Kipling sent a copy to his Alma Mater with the inscription " To 
my very noble and approved good masters," followed by five 
stanzas and a drawing in pen and ink. These verses were printed 
in 'J'he United Services College Chronicle^ No. xli, March 27, 1889. 
A notice of the book itself appeared in No. xxviii, July 2, 1886. 



1884] ECHOES 15 

The verses were reprinted in Early Verse with the title " Inscribed 
in a Presentation Copy of Echoes to the Common-Room." 

A copy that was sold in the Red Cross Sale, April 22, 191 8, had an in- 
scription "Evelyn, From R.K. Sept. 1884," and three stanzas, 
beginning, "The memory of a maiden's sympathy." Two 
stanzas were printed in the sale catalogue, and the entire poem 
was printed by Maggs Brothers the same year, 191 8, in their 
catalogue. No. 200. 

The copy given to his mother is inscribed, dated August 22, 1884, 
and followed by three stanzas, the first of which is printed in the 
Martindell Bibliography, 1923. 

Contents 

A Vision of India. (Tennyson.) 

The City of the Heart. (Longfellow.) 

The Raiyat at Home. (Burns.) 

In Early Verse the title is "Indian Farmer at Home." 

Children of Nature. (Jean Ingelow.) By Beatrice Kipling. 

The Bearing of the Vine. (Swinburne.) By Beatrice Kipling. 

Hope Deferred. (Christina Rossetti.) By Beatrice Kipling. 
. The Flight of the Bucket. (Browning.) 

Laocoon. (Matthew Arnold.) 

Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians. 

Tobacco. (Keats.) 

Appropriate Verses on an Elegant Landscape. (Cowper.) 

His Consolation. (Browning.) 

Egoism. (Christina Rossetti.) By Beatrice Kipling. 

The Cursing of Stephen. (Tennyson.) 

On Sorrow. (Herrick.) By Beatrice Kipling. 

Jane Smith. (Wordsworth.) 

Nursery Idyls. (Christina Rossetti's "Sing-Song.") 

Sonnet. (Wilfred Blunt.) 

Kopra-Brahm. (Emerson.) 

The Sudder Bazar. 

Commonplaces. (Heine.) 

To You, Love. (Modern Drawing-Room Ballad, Lawrence Kel- 
ler.) By Beatrice Kipling. 

On True Friendship. (Elizabethan.) By Beatrice Kipling. 

Quaeritur. (Swinburne.) 

London Town. 



l6 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1884 

Himalayan. (Joaquin Miller.) 

Our Lady of Many Dreams. 

A Murder in the Compound. 

"Way down the Ravee River." 

Amour de Voyage. 

Failure. 

How the Day Broke. (Written at school.) 

A Locked Way. (Written at school.) 

Land Bound. (Written at school.) 

The Ballad of the King's Daughter. (Old ballad.) 

How the Goddess Awakened. (Written at school.) 

The Maid of the Meerschaum. (Swinburne.) 

Estunt the Griff. (Morris.) 

Cavaliere Servente. (Rossetti.) 



QUARTETTE 

1885. Quartette, The Christmas Annual of the 
Civil & Military Gazette. By Four Anglo-Indian 
Writers. Lahore: The "Civil and Military Ga- 
zette" Press, MDcccLxxxv. 

Quarto. Issued in gray paper wrappers with design on the 
front cover only. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 126. — Title printed in red and black 
within red border lines, and contents, 2 leaves; text, pp. i- 
125; p. 126 is blank. Advertisements, 7 leaves (2 pink, 2 
gray like the front cover, 3 thinner, cream-colored), not a 
part of the book. 

The copy that was sent "To the Editor: Spectator For Favour of 
Review" is without advertisements, and bears Kipling's inscrip- 
tion. 

The " Four Anglo-Indian Writers " were Rudyard Kipling and his 
father, mother, and sister. The volume contains sixteen pieces, 
eight prose, eight verse. 



1885] QUARTETTE 17 

Two of the stories, "The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes, C.E." 
and "The Phantom 'Rickshaw, " were reprinted in The Phantom 
'Rickshaw in 1888. The poems "Two Sonnets" and "Rivals," 
by Mrs. Kipling, were reprinted in Hand in Hand: Verses by a 
Mother and Daughter, published in 1903. "Rivals" was used as 
a heading to "On GreenhowHill" in Life's Handicap, 1891, and 
has often been attributed to Rudyard Kipling. 

There are copies in which the names of the authors have been in- 
serted or checked by J. Lockwood Kipling or Rudyard Kipling, 
eight, nine, or eleven being attributed to Rudyard. The copy 
given by Kipling to W. C. Croft, with inscription dated December, 
1885, soon after the book was published, and with the contents 
checked, is probably correct. 

In the Julian Ralph copy, Kipling has attributed "The Haunted 
Cabin" to his mother, but it is the only contribution by his 
sister, the fourth "AngloTndian Writer." 

J. Lockwood Kipling attributes "The Second Wooing" to Mrs. 
Kipling, but Rudyard Kipling has marked this as his own in the 
Croft and Ralph copies. 

Contents 

The Mirror of Two Worlds. By J. L. Kipling. 

Divided x^llegiance. By Rudyard Kipling. 

An Anglo-Indian Episode. By Mrs. J. L. Kipling. 

At the Distance. By Rudyard Kipling. 

The Unlimited "Draw" of "Tick" Boileau. By Rudyard Kip- 
ling. 

A Tragedy of Teeth. By Rudyard Kipling. 

The Haunted Cabin. 

J. L. Kipling attributes this to Beatrice Kipling. 

The Second Wooing. By Rudyard Kipling. 

The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes, C.E. 
Reprinted in The Phantom 'Rickshaw. 

Two Sonnets. By Mrs. J. L. Kipling. 

My Christmas at the Ajaibgaum Exhibition. 

In the Croft copy Kipling has marked this as his own; in the 
Ralph copy it is attributed to J. L. Kipling. 

Rivals. By Mrs. J. L. Kipling. 

The Phantom 'Rickshaw. 

Reprinted in The Phantom 'Rickshaw. 



l8 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1885 

From the Hills. By Rudyard Kipling. 
Mofussil Jurisdiction. By J. L. Kipling. 
Parted. By Mrs. J. L. Kipling. 



INDIAN NEWSPAPERS 

1883-1892 

Kipling, at the age of seventeen, on his return from school to 
India, in 1883, began work on 'The Civil ^ Military Gazette. 
His work was to prepare for the press all telegrams for the 
day, to provide all the extracts and paragraphs, to make 
headed articles out of official reports, to write such edi- 
torial notes as he might have time for and notes on sports 
and out-station or general intelligence, and to read proof, 
except the editorial. 

He remained on T^he Civil £5? Military Gazette until the end of 
1887, when he was transferred to The Pioneer ^ Allahabad. 
During these five years, many of his best-known stories 
and poems were printed, including the thirty-nine stories 
with the series title Plain Tales from the Hills, twenty- 
eight of which were collected in the volume of that title. 
Many of the poems were collected in Departmental Ditties; 
other stories and articles were reprinted in The Smith 
Administration, The City of Dreadful Night, and Life's 
Handicap. Many contributions were reprinted within a 
few days in The Pioneer. 

Although he was transferred to Allahabad as assistant editor 
of The Pioneer, much material which Kipling contributed 
— more Departmental Ditties, The Smith Administration, 
and The City of Dreadful Night — was immediately re- 
printed in The Civil & Military Gazette. In the early part 
of 1889, he started for England via China, Japan, and the 
United States. His weekly letters were printed in The 



1885] THE CALCUTTA REVIEW 19 

Pioneer and in the weekly issue, 'The Pioneer Mail^ and 
were subsequently collected in From Sea to Sea. 

The Week's News was printed at the Pioneer Press. During 
1888, Kipling contributed to all the numbers from i to 
XXXVI, January 7 to September 8, except No. xxviii. 
Many of these contributions were reprinted in The Pioneer 
and The Civil & Military Gazette. Almost all the stories 
contained in Soldiers Three, The Story of the Gadsbys, In 
Black and White, Wee Willie Winkie, and Under the 
Deodars, and one in The Phantom 'Rickshaw, first ap- 
peared here. 

Beginning with January, 1888, and continuing three years, 
quarterly volumes of stories, "Turnovers," reprinted from 
The Civil & Military Gazette^ were published. Nos. i to ix 
contain stories by Kipling, many of them reprinted in The 
Smith Administration, Under the Deodars, Soldiers Three, 
Life's Handicap, and Abaft the Funnel. 

"Turnovers" derived its name from the location of the story in the 
paper. It was always printed in the last column of page i and 
ended on the first column of page 2, the "turnover." The lower 
part of this first column, page 2, contained the telegraphic news, 
and was kept open until just before going to press. The length 
of the story depended on the amount of telegraphic news. 



THE CALCUTTA REVIEW 

1885-1886 

Vol. Lxxxi. No. CLXii, October, 1885. 

The Vision of Hamid Ali. 
Vol. Lxxxii. No. CLXiv, April, 1886. 

The Seven Nights of Creation. 
Vol. Lxxxiii. No. CLXv, July, 1886. 

King Solomon's Horses. 

" King Solomon's Horses," 62 lines, has not been reprinted. 



20 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1885 

8 
THE VISION OF HAMID ALI 

Octavo. One leaf, without title-page or cover, printed on both 
sides from the types of The Calcutta Review^ October, 1885, 
pp. 419, 420. 

On recto of the leaf, unnumbered, is a dropped heading, "The 
Vision of Hamid Ali," with text beneath; on verso, page 2, 
is text, signed at end "Rudyard Kipling." 

The poem, 86 lines, with the heading, — 

This came to him by night — ; the ganja burnt 
To powder, and the city sunk in sleep, — 

has never been reprinted. Only one copy of the leaf has been re- 
ported. 



THE SEVEN NIGHTS OF CREATION 

Octavo. Three leaves printed from the types of The Calcutta 
Review^ April, 1886, pp. 464-467. 

The recto of first leaf is blank, serving for the front cover; text 
begins on verso, unnumbered, and continues on second 
leaf and recto of third leaf, numbered 2, 3, 4; verso of third 
leaf is blank, serving for the back cover. 

One copy made up in this way has been reported. 

Another copy, evidently an excerpt from the magazine, was prepared 
as follows: the first and last leaves were split, to remove the extra 
printed matter, and the recto of the firstleaf and verso of the last 
leaf were covered with plain white paper, forming the front and 
back covers. The text begins on verso of the first leaf, unnum- 
bered; the remaining three pages of text are numbered 465, 466, 
467. The signature mark "59" is at the foot of page 465. 




DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES 
Facsimile affront cover y slightly reduced 



22 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1886 

The poem contains 145 lines. Thirty-two lines were printed in 
Schoolboy Lyrics, 1881, and reprinted in Early Verse with the 
title "Argument of a Projected Poem to be called The Seven 
Nights of Creation." Twenty-five lines were used as a heading 
to Chapter xviii in Beast and Man in India, by J. L. Kipling, 
1891. 



DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES AND OTHER VERSES 

1886-1899 

10 

FIRST EDITION 

Departmental Ditties and Other Verses. 1886. 

See reproduction of front cover. 

Narrow octavo. Issued in tan paper wrappers, representing 
an official envelope, with flap, tied with red tape. The flap 
bears a circular engraving in imitation of a seal, with a 
slit through which the red tape passes. 

Collation: 29 leaves. — Title on cover; contents and fly-title, 
2 leaves; text, 11 leaves; fly-title, "Other Verses," i leaf; 
text, 15 leaves. The text is printed on one side of the leaf 
only, a poem to each leaf, from the types as set for the 
columns of the newspaper where they were first printed. 

At the top of the contents is this statement: "The writer is 
indebted to the Pioneer and the Civil and Military Gazette 
for permission to reprint the papers contained in this 
docket, as specified below." 

Contents 

Departmental Ditties 
General Summary. 
Army-Headquarters. 

i'he Civil & Military Gazette ^ February 9, 1886. 



1886] DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES 23 

Study of an Elevation in India Ink. 

'The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ February 16; The Pioneer y Feb- 
ruary 18; The Pioneer Mail, February 24, 1886. 
A Legend of the F.O. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, February 23, 1886. 
The Story of Uriah. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 3, 1886. 
The Post that Fitted. 

The Civil & Military Gazette, March 16, 1886. 
Public Waste. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 9, 1886. 
Pink Dominoes. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 30, 1886. 
The Man Who Could Write. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 23, 1886. 
The Last Department. 

The Civil & Military Gazette, April 13, 1886. 
A Code of Morals. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 6, 1886. 

Other Verses 

To the Unknown Goddess. 

The Pioneer, January 27; The Pioneer Mail, January 28, 1885. 
Signed "E.M." Two lines which followed stanza 6 were 
omitted. 

The Rupaiyat of Omar Kal'vin. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 30; The Pioneer, Feb- 
ruary 5; The Pioneer Mail, February 10, 1886. In The Pion- 
eer the title was "Wisdom from the East. The Rupaiyat of 
Omar Kal'vin." 

My Rival. 

The Pioneer, July 8; The Pioneer Mail, July 12, 1885. Signed 
"Girofle." 

The Lover's Litany. 

Divided Destinies. 

The Pioneer, August 19; The Pioneer Mail, August 30, 1885, 
with the title ** Bungalow Ballads. The Divided Destinies." 

The Mare's Nest. 

The Pioneer, August 22; The Pioneer Mail, August 30, 1885, 
with the title "Bungalow Ballads. The Legend of the Lilly." 



24 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1886 

Possibilities. 

The Pioneer^ July 13; The Pioneer Mail^ July 19, 1885. Two 

stanzas were omitted between stanzas 6 and 7. 
Pagett, M.P. 

The Pioneer^ June 16, 1886. 
The Plea of the Simla Dancers. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 16, 1886. 
Certain Maxims of Hafiz. 
The Moon of Other Days. 

The Pioneer, December 16, 1884. 
The Undertaker's Horse. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, October 8, 1885. 
Arithmetic on the Frontier. 
Giffen's Debt. 
In Springtime. 

The Pioneer, March 20, 1885. Signed "R." 

Departmental Ditties was reviewed in The Civil i3 Military Gazette, 

July 6, and in The Pioneer Mail, July 9, 1886. 
"The Undertaker's Horse" was printed separately by F. M. Buckles 

& Co., New York, in 1899, in the series of ten poems which were 

afterwards collected in one volume. Ten Gems. 
"Certain Maxims of Hafiz" was printed separately twice in Boston 

in 1898, once with "Privately printed" on the title and again 

with the imprint "Richard G. Badger & Co." The next year 

Badger & Co. issued it in the Botolph Classics. It is still being 

issued by Barse & Hopkins, New York. 
"My Rival" was printed separately by the Caxton Society, Pitts- 
field, Massachusetts. 
Six poems, with the series title Bungalow Ballads, were printed in 

The Pioneer, August 15, 19, 11, 27, 31, and September 5, 1885: 

The Tale of Two Suits. 

Divided Destinies. 

Reprinted in Departmental Ditties. 

The Legend of the Lilly. 

Reprinted in Departmental Ditties with the title "The Mare's 
Nest." 

A Tale of Yesterday's Ten Thousand Years. 

Revenge, a Ballad of the Fleeter. 

Our Final. The Legend of the Pill. 



886] DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES 25 



I I 

Departmental Ditties By Rudyard Kipling. Typo- 
graphical Facsimile, by the DeVinne Press, of 
the First (Lahore, 1886) Edition [ornament] New 
York, M. F. Mansfield & A. Wessels. 1899. 

On verso of the title is: ''The DeVinne Press certify that this 
copy is one of a first edition of 250 copies." There was no 
other edition. 

Except for this title leaf, which is printed on Japan paper, and 
the absence of the seal and imprint on the flap, the rest of 
the book is an accurate facsimile of the first edition, cover 
and all. 

12 

SECOND EDITION 

Departmental Ditties And Other Verses. By Rud- 
yard Kipling. Second Edition. Calcutta: Thacker, 
Spink and Co. 1886. 

Square octavo. Issued in gray boards, the front cover lettered 
and ornamented in red or blue. 

Collation; 4 leaves, pp. 64, 3 leaves. — Fore-title, title with 
imprint on verso, contents, and fly-title, 4 leaves; text, 
pp. 1-63; p. 64 is blank. Advertisements, 3 leaves, a part 
of the last signature. 

This edition contains five new poems: 
Lucifer. 

A Ballade of Burial. 
A Ballade of Jakko Hill. 
The Overland Mail. 
L'Envoi, "The smoke upon your altar dies." 



26 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1886 

The poems "Pagett, M.P." and "Certain Maxims of Hafiz" were 
altered; a new stanza appeared in "Pink Dominoes." "The Over- 
land Mail" originally had the title "Her Majesty's Mail." 

"A Ballade of Burial" was reprinted in The United Services College 
Chronicle^ October 29, 1888. 

In 1899, "L'Envoi" and "L'Envoi" from The Seven Seas ("When 
earth's last picture is painted") were published together in a 
little volume, with the title The Toilers, by Barse & Hopkins^ 
New York. 

13 

THIRD EDITION 

Departmental Ditties And Other Verses. By Rud- 
yard Kipling. Third Edition. Calcutta: Thacker, 
Spink and Co. London: W. Thacker & Co. 1888. 

Octavo. Issued in blue or red cloth, with the design stamped 
in gilt on the front cover. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 86. — Fore-title, title, contents, and 
fly-title, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-85; p. 86 is blank. The ad- 
vertisements at the end, which are not a part of the book, 
vary in date: March, 1887, March, 1888, February, 1889 — 
anything that was convenient; they are not necessary ex- 
cept for the collecting of advertisements. 

This third edition contains ten poems which were not included in 
either the first or second editions. One of the poems, "Diana of 
Ephesus," filling three pages, appears here for the first and only 
time. The new poems are: 
Delilah. 

The Civil i£ Military Gazette, October 11, 1886. 
Municipal. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 9, 1887, with the title "The 

D.C.'s Story." 
La Nuit Blanche. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, June 7, 1887, with the title 

"Natural Phenomena." 



1890] DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES 27 

Diana of Ephesus. 
Christmas in India. 

The Pioneer^ December 24; The Pioneer Mail^ December 29, 

1886, with the title "Latter Day Carols. The Dyspeptic in 

India." 
"As the Bell Clinks." 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 21, 1887. 
What the People Said. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 4, 1887, with the title "A 

Jubilee Ode. Punjab Peasant's Point of View." 
The Fall of Jock Gillespie. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, November 10, 1886. 
Two Months : June, September. 

"September" appeared in The Civil ^ Military Gazette, 

September 15, 1886, with the title "In September." 
A Tale of Two Cities. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, June 2, 1887, with the title 

"Love among the Ruins." 

Sixteen new lines were added to " Certain Maxims of Hafiz," and one 
line was added at the end of "Giffen's Debt." 

A copy that was sold in the Holden Sale at the American Art Gal- 
leries, April 29, 1920, was on large paper, measuring 6§ by 9! 
inches. It was bound in gray and gold boards, the red cloth back 
lettered up "Departmental Ditties Kipling." 

There is a copy that measures 6j by 9^ inches and has one leaf of 
advertisements at the end, a part of the last signature. This con- 
tains the "Opinions of the Press," the last page of Plain Tales 
from the Hills. 



14 

FOURTH EDITION 

Departmental Ditties And Other Verses. By Rud- 
yard Kipling. Author of *' Plain Tales from the 
Hills/' ''Soldiers Three/' &c. &c. Fourth Edition. 
With Additional Poems. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink 



28 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

and Co. London: W. Thacker & Co. Bombay: 
Thacker & Co., Limited. 1890. 

Octavo. Issued in maroon or dark-blue cloth, the front cover 
and back lettered and ornamented in gilt. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 122. — Fore-title, title with imprint 
"London: Printed by William Clowes and Sons, Limited, 
Stamford Street and Charing Cross" on verso, contents, 
and fly-title, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-121; imprint, p. 122. 
Advertisements, pp. 24, dated February, 1890, bound in 
at the end, not a part of the book. 

This is the first edition printed in England. Kipling was living in 
London at the time. The ten new poems not included in the 
earlier editions are: 

Prelude, "I have eaten your bread and salt." 
What Happened. 

'The Pioneer^ January 2; The Pioneer Mail, January 4, 1888. 
The Masque of Plenty. 

The Pioneer, October 26; The Pioneer Mail, October 31, 1888. 
The Song of the Women. 

The Pioneer, April 17; The Pioneer Mail, April 18; The Civil 

^ Military Gazette, April 20; The Week's News, April 21, 1888. 
The Ballad of Fisher's Boarding House. 

The Week's News, March 3, 1888. 
The Grave of the Hundred Head. 

The Week's News, January 7; The Civil ^ Military Gazette, 

January 11, 1888. 
An Old Song. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, August 15, 1887, with the title 

"The Frame and the Picture." 
One Viceroy Resigns. 

The Pioneer, December 7; The Civil ^ Military Gazette, De- 
cember 10; The Pioneer Mail, December 12, 1888, with the 

title "One Word More." 
The Betrothed. 

The Pioneer and The Pioneer Mail, November 21; The Civil 



1898] DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES 29 

^ Military Gazette^ November 23, 1888, with the title "The 
Meditation of William Kirkland." 
The Galley Slave. 

"The Grave of the Hundred Head," "The Ballad of Fisher's Board- 
ing House," "The Song of the Women," and "The Betrothed" 
were much altered when reprinted here. One stanza of 6 lines, 
which followed the third stanza, was omitted from "The Song of 
the Women." Five new lines were added to "Certain Maxims of 
Hafiz." The title of the poem "A Legend of the F.O." was ex- 
panded to "A Legend of the Foreign Office." 

"The Betrothed" was printed separately by M. F. Mansfield & 
A. Wessels, 1899. Editions were also printed by F. M. Buckles 
& Co., and Barse & Hopkins, New York. 

"The Song of the Women" was included in Helen's Tower, 1892. 
This book included poems by Helen Sheridan, Countess Gifford, 
Lord Houghton, Robert Browning, Lord Tennyson, and Kipling. 

"The Ballad of Fisher's Boarding House" and "Certain Maxims of 
Hafiz" were issued separately in 1899 ^7 Richard G. Badger & 
Co., Boston. A photoplay has been made of "The Ballad of 
Fisher's Boarding House." 



15 

PIRATED EDITION 

Departmental Ditties and Other Verses by Rud- 
yard Kipling [ornament] New York M. F. Mans- 
field and Company [1898] 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, the front cover lettered and 
ornamented in gold. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 198, i leaf. — Blank leaf, title, and 
contents, 3 leaves; foreword and text, pp. 1-198; blank 
leaf; frontispiece, portrait of Kipling. 

This collection contains forty-nine poems from the fourth edition 
of Departmental Ditties. There was also an issue on large 
paper, bound in red cloth. 



30 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

16 

FIFTH EDITION 

Departmental Ditties and Other Verses. 1890. 

The fifth edition of Departmental Ditties was, apparently, 
the fourth with a new title-page only. The advertisements, 
dated September, 1890, are not a part of the book. 

SIXTH EDITION 

Departmental Ditties And Other Verses. By 
Rudyard Kipling, Author of ''Plain Tales from 
the Hills," "Soldiers Three," &c., &c. Sixth Edi- 
tion. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink & Co. London: 
W. Thacker & Co. Bombay: Thacker & Co., 
Limited. 1891. 

Octavo. Issued in maroon or blue cloth, the front cover and 
back lettered and ornamented in gilt. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 126. — Fore-title, title, contents, and 
fly-title, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-125; imprint, p. 126. Ad- 
vertisements, dated April, 1891, not a part of the book. 

This edition contains the glossary for English readers. The types 
of the book were evidently reset, and the arrangement slightly 
altered. Apparently there is no change in the text of any of the 
poems. 

The glossary was printed separately by M. F. Mansfield & A. 
Wessels, New York, 1899. 



The seventh and eighth editions were not altered except for the title- 
page. 



1899] DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES 31 

18 

NINTH EDITION 

Departmental Ditties And Other Verses. By Rud- 
yard Kipling. Ninth Edition With Illustrations by 
Dudley Cleaver. London: W. Thacker & Co., 2 
Creed Lane, E. C. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink & 
Co., 1897. (All rights reserved.) 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, with gilt design on front cover. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 192. — Fore-title, tide, dedication, 
contents, list of illustrations, prelude, and fly- title, 8 leaves; 
text and glossary, pp. i-i 89; imprint, p. 191 ; p.192 is blank. 

There are thirteen illustrations in the small-paper copies, fifteen in 
the large-paper. The text is the same as the edition of 1890. 

Thirty copies were printed on Japan paper. One hundred and fifty 
copies were on large paper, with a slip pasted on the fore-title 
signed by W. Thacker & Co. Some of these were bound in calf- 
gilt, extra, by the Guild of Women Binders. 



The tenth edition does not vary from the ninth except for the date, 
1898. 

NEWNES EDITION 

Departmental Ditties and Other Verses by Rud- 
yard Kipling [device]. London: George Newnes, 
Limited Southampton Street, Strand 1899 

Octavo. Issued in orange paper wrappers with portrait on 
the front cover and an advertisement for Monkey Brand 
soap on the back. 



32 KIPLIXG BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899 

Collation: pp. 128. — Advertisements, title with dedication 
on verso, Xewnes's list of the Six Penny Series with ''Pre- 
lude" on verso, 3 leaves; text, pp. 7-126. Advertisements, 
I leaf, a part of the last signature. 

The George Newnes Co. took over the rights of publication from 
W. Thacker & Co., and issued the only cheap editions in Eng- 
land. Kipling purchased the copyright from the Newnes Co. 
It was a copy of this edition, dated 1899, which Kipling used 
in revising the text for the edition published in 1899 hy Double- 
day &: McClure Co. A copy dated 19CO was used in preparing 
the text for the Bombav edition. 



20 

PIRATED EDITIOX 

Departmental Ditties and Other Verses By Rud- 
yard Kipling [portrait] London Printed for the 
Publishers. Price Sixpence. 

Octavo. Issued in orange paper wrappers. Portrait and let- 
tering on the front wrapper, in black. 

Collation: pp. 16. — Title on the front wrapper; text, pp. 
1-16. 

This was probably issued at the same time, and by the same pub- 
lishers, as the Barrack-Room Ballads. (See page iii.) 



21 

HELEN'S TOWER 

Helen's Tower, Clandeboye. [vignette] Privately 
Printed. [1892] 

Quarto. Issued in green glazed-paper wrappers. 



PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS 33 

Collation: 10 leaves. — Title and text. 

This, the second edition, contains "The Song of the Women," from 
Departmental Ditties, 1890. 

THE SONG OF THE WOMEN 

22 

Quarto. Two leaves, printed from the types of Helen's Tower, 
1892, without signature mark or pagination. The text, 
printed within red lines, with initial letter in red, occupies 
pp. 1-3; p. 4 is blank. 

A few copies were printed separately for presentation purposes. 

23 

Folio. Two leaves, measuring loj by 8 J inches. 

The text is printed within red lines on the first page; the 
other pages are blank. The title of the poem is printed near 
the top, with an introductory prose note (three lines) be- 
neath, followed by eight stanzas, printed in two columns, 
the ninth stanza below this. Signed **Rudyard Kipling." 

Two copies have been reported. 

PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS 

1888-1899 

24 

FIRST EDITION 

Plain Tales from the Hills. By Rudyard Kipling, 
Author of ''Departmental Ditties and Other 
Verses/' Calcutta: Thacker, Spink and Co. Lon- 
don: — W. Thacker and Co. i: 



34 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1888 

Octavo. Issued in olive-green cloth, with an embossed picture 
of hills and plains, designed by J. L. Kipling, and lettering 
in black "Plain Tales from the Hills By Rudyard Kip- 
ling Calcutta. Thacker, Spink & Co " on the front cover. 
The back is lettered in gilt "Plain Tales From The Hills 
Kipling," and has the publisher's monogram (T.S. & Co.). 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 284. — Blank leaf, fore- title, title with 
imprint on verso, dedication, preface, and contents, 6 
leaves. The last leaf of the contents is numbered "xii." To 
make up this number the blank leaf must be included. 
Text, pp. 1-283; P- ^84 is blank. 

Copies having the cover described above have advertisements, which 
are not a part of the book, bound in at the end, dated December, 
1887. Five copies have been reported which have the front cover 
blank, but have the gilt lettering on the back. These are probably 
the first copies bound up. They have the advertisements (pp. 24), 
dated December, 1887. 

The second issue of the first edition has different ornaments and let- 
tering on the front cover: a border at the top and bottom, and the 
publisher's monogram (T.S. & Co.), with the lettering "Plain 
Tales From the Hills Rudyard Kipling." This is the same binding 
used on the second edition, dated 1889. 

Copies with this second cover have the advertisements bound in at 
the end, with the printer's figures" iooo|6|88" (1000 copies, June, 
1888). The copy of this second issue that was sold in the Holden 
Sale at the American Art Galleries, April 29, 1920, had this cover, 
but the advertisements were dated " 2000 1 9 1 1 887 " (2000 copies, 
September, 1887). The advertisements are not a part of the book. 

In some copies the page number "192" is placed in the upper 
right corner, near the sewing, instead of in the upper left corner. 
The book was printed from types, and probably the figures were 
pulled out in the printing and replaced in the wrong corner. The 
copy that Kipling gave to his parents, with the inscription and 
four lines of verse, dated January, 1888, has the blank covers, and 
the page numbers correctly placed. The copy with the inscription 
"To the Lady of the Dedication," dated January, 1888, also has 
the blank covers, but the page number is in the upper right corner. 
A third copy, with the embossed cover, and the inscription dated 



1888] PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS 35 

March, 1888, has the error. Copies of the second issue also have 
it. The first copies from the press are seldom bound up first, 
so that the error does not prove that they are the earliest. 

The second edition, dated 1889, was printed in larger type, and the 
text was revised. The title-page resembles that of the first edition, 
but has "Second Edition" above the imprint, and is dated 1889. 

It was issued in olive-green cloth, the front cover with the border at 
top and bottom and with the monogram and lettering as in the 
second issue of the first edition. 

The preliminary leaves are the same; text, pp. 1-325; and adver- 
tisements, 5 leaves, to complete the signature. 

Contents 
Lispeth. 

T^he Civil ^ Military Gazette^ November 29, 1886. 
Three and — an Extra. 

I'he Civil ^ Military Gazette, November 17, 1886. 
Thrown Away. 
Miss Youghal's Sais. 

the Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 25, 1887. 
"Yoked with an Unbeliever." 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, December 7, 1886. 
False Dawn. 
The Rescue of Piuffles. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, November 20, 1886. 
Cupid's Arrows. 
The Three Musketeers. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 11, 1887. 
His Chance in Life. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 2, 1887. 
Watches of the Night. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 25, 1887. 
The Other Man. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, November 13, 1886. 
Consequences. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, December 9, 1886. 
The Conversion of Aurelian McGoggin. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 28, 1887. 
The Taking of Lungtungpen. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 11, 1887. 



36 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1888 

A Germ Destroyer. 

The Civil ^' Military Gazette, May 17, 1887. 
Kidnapped. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 21, 1887. 
The Arrest of Lieutenant Golightly. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, November 23, 1886. 
In the House of Suddhoo. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 30, 1886, with the title 

"Section 420, 1.P.C." 
His Wedded Wife. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, February 25, 1887. 
The Broken-Link Handicap. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 6, 1887. 
Beyond the Pale. 
In Error. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 24, 1887. 
A Bank Fraud. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 14, 1887. 
Tod's Amendment. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 16, 1887. 
The Daughter of the Regiment. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 11, 1887. 
In the Pride of his Youth. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 5, 1887. 

Pig. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, June 3, 1887. 
The Rout of the White Hussars. 
The Bronckhorst Divorce Case. 
Venus Annodomini. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, December 4, 1886. 
The Bisara of Pooree. 

The Civil & Military Gazette, March 4, 1887. 
A Friend's Friend. 

The Civil & Military Gazette, May 2, 1887. 
The Gate of the Hundred Sorrows. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, September 26, 1884. 
The Madness of Private Ortheris. 
The Story of Muhammad Din. 

The Civil & Military Gazette, September 8 ; The United Ser- 
vices College Chronicle, December 18, 1886. 



1888] PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS 37 

On the Strength of a Likeness. 

T^he Civil ^ Military Gazette^ January 10, 1887. 
Wressley of the Foreign Office. 

"The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 20, 1887. 
By Word of Mouth. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, June 10, 1887. 
To be Filed for Reference. 
A photoplay has been made of " The Gate of the Hundred Sorrows." 

The following is a list of the series Plain Tales from the Hills, in the 
order in which the stories appeared in 'The Civil ^ Military 
Gazette. Some of the stories that were not reprinted were written 
by Mrs. J. L. Kipling. 

1. Love-in-a-Mist. November 2, 1886. (Not reprinted.) 

2. How It Happened. November 11, 1886. (Not reprinted.) 

3. The Other Man. November 13, 1886. 

4. Three and — an Extra. November 17, 1886. 

5. The Rescue of Pluffles. November 20, 1886. 

6. The Arrest of Lieutenant Golightly. November 23, 1886. 

7. Love: 'A Miss.' November 26, 1886. (Not reprinted.) 

8. Lispeth. November 29, 1886. 

9. A Straight Flush. December i, 1886. (Not reprinted.) 

10. Venus Annodomini. December 4, 1886. 

11. "Yoked with an Unbeliever." December 7, 1886. 

12. Consequences. December 9, 1886. 

13. A Pinchbeck Goddess. December 10, 1886. (Not reprinted.) 

14. A Scrap of Paper. December 13, 1886. (Not reprinted.) 

15. Our Theatricals. December 16, 1886. (Not reprinted.) 

16. On the Strength of a Likeness. January 10, 1887. 

17. In Error. January 24, 1887. 

18. A Little Learning. February 14, 1887. (Not reprinted.) 

19. His Wedded Wife. February 25, 1887. 

20. The Bisara of Pooree. March 4, 1887. 

21. The Three Musketeers. March 11, 1887. 

22. Kidnapped. March 21, 1887. 

23. Watches of the Night. March 25, 1887. 

24. His Chance in Life. April 2, 1887. 

25. The Broken-Link Handicap. April 6, 1887. 

26. The Taking of Lungtungpen. April 11, 1887. 

27. A Bank Fraud. April 14, 1887. 



38 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1888 

28. Tod's Amendment. April 16, 1887. 

29. Bitters Neat. April 19, 1887. (Outward Bound edition.) 

30. Miss Youghal's Sais. April 25, 1887. 

31. The Conversion of Aurelian McGoggin. April 28, 1887. 

32. A Friend's Friend. May 2, 1887. 

23. In the Pride of his Youth. May 5, 1887. 

34. The Daughter of the Regiment. May 11, 1887. 

2S' A Germ Destroyer. May 17, 1887. 

yS. Wressley of the Foreign Office. May 20, 1887. 

37. Haunted Subalterns. May 27, 1887. (Outward Bound edi- 

tion.) 

38. Pig. June 3, 1887. 

39. By Word of Mouth. June 10, 1887. 



25 

FIRST AMERICAN EDITION 

Plain Tales from the Hills. By Kudyard Kipling. 
Authorized Edition. New York: Frank F. Lovell & 
Company, 142 and 144 Worth Street. [1890] 

Octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, Lovell's Inter- 
national Series, No. 59, dated January 9, 1890. 

Collation: pp. 288. — Fore-title with list of books in the In- 
ternational Series on verso, title with copyright notice on 
verso, contents, 3 leaves; text, pp. 7-287; p. 288 is blank. 

This edition was copyrighted by John W. Lovell in 1889, and regis- 
tered January 7, 1890. It was issued six months before the first 
English edition with the revised text, and has the text of the 
second Indian edition. One story, "A Friend's Friend," is 
omitted. The curious error in the name on the title-page was 
corrected in later issues. 

John W. Lovell Co., 150 Worth Street, New York, issued an edition 
in 1890 from the same plates. The title-page has the John W. 
Lovell Co. imprint, and the error in the name is corrected. The 
book is bound in tan cloth, lettered and ornamented in brown, 
with "Indian Tales — I" at the top. 



1890] PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS 39 

The plates were used again by the United States Book Co., suc- 
cessors to the John W. Loveil Co. These copies were bound in 
dark-red cloth, lettered in gold. 

Plain Tales from the Hills was issued, in dark-red cloth, by Loveil, 
Coryell & Co., 310-318 Sixth Avenue, in 1891. The text was 
reset, and contains a prefatory note dated March, 1891, stating 
that the edition was issued in America with Rudyard Kipling's 
cordial sanction. 

Ivers & Co. issued the collection in paper wrappers, dated July, 
1890. P. F. Collier, New York, issued it in the Once-a-Week 
Library, November 15, 1890. The Arundel Library Series issued 
it in paper wrappers, dated 1890, with the title Forty Tales from 
the Hills. 

Bernard Tauchnitz issued an edition in 1890, which also follows the 
text of the second edition. 



26 



FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 

Plain Tales from the Hills By Rudyard Kipling. 
Author of 'Departmental Ditties and Other 
Verses.' Third Edition London Macmillan and 
Co. And New York 1890 All rights reserved 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth. 

Collation: 5 leaves, pp. 310. — Fore-title with publisher's 
monogram on verso, title with statement of issues on verso, 
dedication, preface, contents, 5 leaves; text, pp. 1-3 10. 
The last leaf of the contents is numbered "x. " The last 
signature contains 3 leaves. The advertisements bound in 
at the end are of various dates, and are not a part of the 
book. 

The text was reedited for this edition. It was reprinted in August 
and November of the same year. 



40 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

Plain Tales from the Hills, issued in the Outward Bound edition in 
1897, contains two stories, not in the earlier editions, which 
formed a part of the original series as it first appeared in 'The 
CM ^ Military Gazette, in 1886 and 1887. These are "Bitters 
Neat," April 19, 1887, and "Haunted Subalterns," May 27, 1887. 

The authorized edition issued by Doubleday & McClure, 1899, con- 
tains Plain Tales from the Hills, the same contents as the Out- 
ward Bound edition, with the "Biographical Sketch of Rudyard 
Kipling by Charles Eliot Norton." The sketch was published in 
Windsor J ^nd McClure' s Magazines, December, 1899. It was also 
issued separately with a revised text. 



27 

FENNO EDITION 

Plain Tales from the Hills By Rudyard Kipling 
[ornament^ an elephant's head within a circle] 
R. F. Fenno & Company: Publishers: 9 & 11 Six- 
teenth Street: New York City: 1899 

Octavo. Issued in cloth and in paper wrappers. 

Collation: pp. 475. — Fore-title, title, contents, fly-title, 4 
leaves; text, pp. 9-475. 

This contains the stories included in the Outward Bound edition, 
with one additional story not reprinted elsewhere, "The Last 
Relief," published in Harper s Weekly, April 25, and Ludgate 
Monthly, May, 1891. 

Kipling brought suit against the Fenno Co. for infringement of the 
copyright law. H. M. Caldwell & Co., New York and Boston, 
took over the plates, copyrighted the decorations on the title- 
page and the illustrations, and issued several editions with vari- 
ous titles. 

The Henry Altemus Co., Philadelphia, issued separately "The Three 
Musketeers," "Lispeth," "Cupid's Arrows," "In the House of 
Suddhoo," and "The Bronckhorst Divorce Case." 



1899] PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS 41 

The Winthrop Press, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, issued as premiums 
to be given with cigarettes by the American Tobacco Company, 
in 1914, '*The Arrest of Lieutenant Golightly," "His Wedded 
Wife," "The Taking of Lungtungpen," and "The Three Mus- 
keteers"; in 191 5, "In the House of Suddhoo," and "Three and 
— an Extra." Each story made a very pretty little book, 32mo, 
with pictorial wrapper and colored frontispiece. 

In 1898, Henry Altemus issued a collection with the title The Three 
Musketeers, which contains "The Three Musketeers," "The 
Taking of Lungtungpen," "Private Learoyd's Story," and "The 
Madness of Private Ortheris." 

Child Stories by Rudyard Kipling, published by Alex. Grosset & 
Co., New York, in 1899, contains "Tod's Amendment." 



42 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1888 

THE INDIAN RAILWAY LIBR.ARY 

1888-1890 

The Indian Railway Library, printed at the Pioneer Press, 
Allahabad, was published by A, H. Wheeler & Co. Num- 
bers I to 4 — Soldiers Three, The Story of the Gadsbys, In 
Black and White, and Under the Deodars — were prob- 
ably issued simultaneously, as they contain the same ad- 
vertisements for the four numbers, with numbers 5 and 6, 
The Phantom 'Rickshaw, and Wee W^illie Winkie, in prep- 
aration. These were issued in 1888. The first genuine 
edition has on verso of the title the legend ''Reprinted in 
chief from The Week's News." 

The paper wrappers contain lithographs on the front and 
back, designed and printed at the Mayo School of i\rt, 
Lahore. These were all retouched or reengraved several 
times. The last plates have "Lahore" below the design, 
and these were reduced for the English editions to make 
room for the London imprint. 

Some of the volumes have an advertisement slip, printed on 
tinted paper, pasted on the first page of text, *' A Good In- 
vestment" (insurance). This slip was printed by Thacker, 
Spink & Co., who published Departmental Ditties. 

The second editions, with the same text, but the title-pages 
dated 1889, have the retouched or reengraved plates on 
the covers. At the top of the title-pages is "Second Ed- 
ition"; on verso is the legend "Printed in chief, etc." and 
(except in Soldiers Three) the imprint "Printed at the Pio- 
neer Press." 

One leaf in front contains advertisements of the Indian Rail- 
way Library, with Opinions of the Press on verso. One 
leaf at the end contains more Opinions of the Press, with 
the same list of the Indian Railway Library on verso as in 
front. 

Kipling arrived in London about the first of October, 1889. 
The first English editions were issued in 1890, Soldiers 



1888] INDIAN RAILWAY LIBRARY 43 

Three in March. The text was revised, printed at the Aber- 
deen University Press, and published by Sampson Low, 
Searle, & Rivington. These same sheets were sent to India 
with the Allahabad title, dated and undated, or with the 
English imprint above the Allahabad. Sometimes the 
back covers have the reengraved plates, sometimes an ad- 
vertisement, sometimes they are blank. Indian advertise- 
ments appear in some issues, London and Indian in others. 
The Aberdeen University Press imprint is in some issues 
but is omitted in others. 
Copies of the London issue, with title undated, or with the 
Allahabad title dated 1890, have an American imprint on 
the front cover, ''New York: Bromfield & Co. 658 Broad- 
way," below the London imprint. 

Five numbers of the Indian Railway Library which were used by 
Kipling for revision show that 157 corrections were made in 
Soldiers Three, 188 in The Story of the Gadsbys, 255 in In Black 
and White, 184 in Under the Deodars, and 145 in Wee Willie 
Winkie. In Black and White also has Kipling's comments on the 
arrangement of the advertisements, which he considered "bad "; 
he advised an American book as guide. He objected also to the 
use of so many italics, which made the page look "speckly." 

In 1890, Soldiers Three, sixth edition. The Story of the Gadsbys, 
fourth edition, and In Black and White, first edition, were bound 
together in red cloth, with the cut from Soldiers Three printed in 
black on the front cover. 

In 1892, Sampson Low, Marston & Co. issued Soldiers Three, The 
Story of the Gadsbys, and In Black and White in one volume; 
The Phantom 'Rickshaw, Under the Deodars, and Wee Willie 
Winkie in a second volume. These were reset and printed at the 
Aberdeen University Press, and bound in blue cloth to resemble 
the Macmillan edition of Plain Tales from the Hills, 1890, and 
Barrack-Room Ballads, 1892. 

In 1895, Macmillan & Co. issued the stories in two volumes, bound 
in the same way. 



44 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1888 

SOLDIERS THREE 

1888-1890 

28 

FIRST EDITION 

Soldiers Three, A Collection of Stories Setting 
forth certain Passages in the Lives and Adventures 
of Privates Terence Mulvaney, Stanley Ortheris, 
and John Learoyd. Done into type and edited by 
Rudyard Kipling, [quotation] Allahabad: Printed 
at the 'Tioneer" Press, i 



See reproduction of front and back covers. 

Octavo. Issued in greenish-gray paper wrappers. Indian 
Railway Library, No. i. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 100, 3 leaves. — Title with "Re- 
printed in chief from The Week's News" on verso, dedi- 
cation, preface, and contents, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-97; 
p. 98 is blank; L'Envoi, p. 99; p. 100 is blank. Adver- 
tisements, 3 leaves. 

The volume contains seven stories, six of which were printed orig- 
inally in 'The Week's News, in 1888: 
The God from the Machine. 

The Week's News. No. i. January 7. 
Private Learoyd's Story. 

The Week's News. No. xxvii. July 14. 
The Big Drunk Draf. 

The Week's News. No. xii. March 24. 
The Solid Muldoon. 

The Week's News. No. xxii. June 2. 
With the Main Guard. 

The Week's News. No. xxx. August 4. 





BY 



One Rupee 



1889] SOLDIERS THREE 45 

In the Matter of a Private. 

l!he Week's News. No. xv. April 14. 
Black Jack. 
L'Envoi, "And they were stronger hands than mine." 

"L'Envoi" was reprinted in Songs from Books with the title "A 
Dedication." " Black Jack" was printed separately by F. Tenny- 
son Neely in 1899, issued first in paper wrappers, and later bound 
in red cloth. "With the Main Guard" was printed separately by 
Henry Altemus in 1899. 

The Seaside Library edition of "Black Jack" includes also Marie 
Corelli, Conan Doyle, and Robert Louis Stevenson stories. 



The cover was retouched for a second issue and used for the second 
edition, having cross-hatching on the barrack doors, periods after 
"No" and "Library," and, below the engraving, "Mayo School 
of Art, Lahore, Mufid i am Press." 

29 

SECOND EDITION 

Second Edition. Soldiers Three, A Collection of 

Stories Setting forth certain Passages in the Lives 

and Adventures of Privates Terence Mulvaney, 

Stanley Ortheris, and John Learoyd. Done into 

type and edited by Rudyard Kipling, [quotation] 

A. H. Wheeler & Co., Allahabad. 1889. (All rights 

reserved.) 

Octavo. Issued in greenish-gray paper wrappers. 

Collation; 5 leaves, pp. 100, i leaf. — Advertisements with 
Opinions of the Press on verso, title with *' Reprinted in 
chief from the Week's News" on verso, dedication, pref- 
ace, contents, 5 leaves; text, pp. 1-97; p. 98 is blank; 
L'Envoi, p. 99; p. 100 is blank. Opinions of the Press, with 
the same advertisements on verso as on the front leaf, i leaf. 



46 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 

Soldiers Three: A Collection of Stories Setting forth 
certain Passages in the Lives and Adventures of 
Privates Terence Mulvaney, Stanley Ortheris, and 
John Learoyd. By Rudyard Kipling, [quotation] 
London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Riving- 
ton, Limited, St. Dunstan's House, Fetter Lane, 
Fleet Street, E. C. (All Rights Reserved.) [1890] 

Collation: pp. 94, i leaf. — Advertisements, i leaf; title, 
dedication, preface, contents, 4 leaves; text, pp. 11-94. 
Advertisements, i leaf. 

Two editions had been printed in India, and this first English edi- 
tion may be called the third edition. It has the revised text, and 
was printed at Aberdeen. The cover has the design of the second 
Allahabad edition, slightly reduced, to make room for the Lon- 
don imprint below the plate, and the reengraved cut on the back. 

The same sheets were used for the late Indian editions. An order 
was given by the publishers, December 20, 1889, to print 10,000 
copies, 3000 for the Indian edition, 7000 for the English and 
English-Colonial edition. 



This revised text was used for the first American edition published by 
John W. Lovell Co., 1 890. 

A curious facsimile of Soldiers Three was issued in 1891 by the 
Collins Press, 15 Milton Place, Boston. It contains the seven 
stories with the text of the earliest edition, and is bound in bright- 
scarlet paper wrappers with the design of the first edition on the 
cover. 

The Indian edition, dated 1890, evidently did not sell as quickly as 
some dealer desired, and a few copies have stamped lengthwise in 
purple ink, on the front cover, "To further popularise this cele- 
brated series the price is now reduced to eight annas per volume." 




, A. H>^l^|ELE|^aC-C^. 

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THE STORY OF THE GADSBYS 47 

THE STORY OF THE GADSBYS 

1888-1890 

FIRST EDITION 

The Story of the Gadsbys, A Tale without a Plot. 
By Rudyard Kipling. Published by Messrs. A. H. 
Wheeler & Co., Allahabad. 

See reproduction of front and back covers. 

Octavo. Issued in greenish-gray paper wrappers. Indian Rail- 
way Library, No. 1. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 102, 4 leaves. — Advertisements, i 
leaf; title with "Reprinted in chief from the * Week's 
News'" on verso, preface, and contents, 3 leaves; text, 
pp. i-ioo; L'Envoi, pp. loi, 102. Advertisements, 4 
leaves, not a part of the signature. 

The volume contains eight stories, six of which appeared in T^he 
Week's News, m 1888: 
Poor Dear Mamma. 

The Week's News. No. xxi. May 26. 
The World Without. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 18, 1888, with the title 

"In Gilded Halls." 
The Tents of Kedar. 

The Week's News. No. xxxii. August 18. 
With any Amazement. 

The Week's News. No. xxm. June 9. 
The Garden of Eden. 

The Week's News. No. xxiv. June 16. 
Fatima. 
The Valley of the Shadow. 

The Week's News. No. xxv. June 23. 



48 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1888 

The Swelling of Jordan. 

'The Week' s News. No. xxvi. June 30. 
L'Envoi, ''What is the moral.'' Who rides may read." 

Reprinted in Songs from Books with the title "The Winners." 



The mountains on the left of the cover were retouched for the 
second issue of the first edition. The cover of the second edition, 
dated 1889, was reengraved, and has, below the plate, "Mayo 
School of Art, Lahore." 

32 

SECOND EDITION 

Second Edition. The Story of The Gadsbys, A 
Tale without a plot. By Rudyard Kipling. A. H. 
Wheeler & Co., Allahabad. 1889. (AH Rights Re- 
served.) 

Octavo. Issued in greenish-gray paper wrappers. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 102, i leaf. — Advertisements with 
Opinions of the Press on verso, title with "Reprinted in 
chief from the Week's News " and "Printed at the Pioneer 
Press Allahabad" on verso, preface, contents, 4 leaves; 
text, pp. i-ioo; L'Envoi, p. loi; p. 102 is blank. Opinions 
of the Press, with the same advertisements on verso as on 
the front leaf, i leaf. 

33 

FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 

The Story of The Gadsbys A Tale Without a Plot 
By Rudyard Kipling Author of '^Soldiers Three/' 
'*Wee WilHe Winkie/' etc. Published by Messrs. 
A. H. Wheeler & Co. Allahabad Sampson Low, 



IN BLACK AND WHITE 49 

Marston, Searle, & Rivington, Ld. St. Dunstan's 
House Fetter Lane, London, E. C. [1890] 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 86, i leaf. — Advertisements, i leaf; 
title with advertisement on verso, preface, contents, 3 
leaves; text, pp. 1-86. Advertisements, i leaf. 

An order was given by the publishers, March 4, 1890, to print 
10,000 copies. The plate for the cover of the third Allahabad 
edition was reengraved, and has "Lahore " below it. The English 
cover has the same plate, slightly reduced to make room for the 
London imprint below it, and the reengraved plate on the back 
cover. 

Another issue of the London and Allahabad edition has the same 

text, reset, paged 9-94 instead of 1-86. 
The American edition, Lovell's Westminster Series, June 30, 1890, 

follows this text. 
L'Envoi, "What is the moral? Who rides may read," was printed 

separately by the Caxton Club, Winthrop Press, Pittsfield, 

Massachusetts. 
T^he Bookman^ February, 1902, states: "Dramatization of Story of 

the Gadsbys has just been completed — (authorized)." 



IN BLACK AND WHITE 
1888-1890 

34 

FIRST EDITION 

In Black & White. By Rudyard Kipling. Pub- 
lished by Messrs. A. H. Wheeler & Co., Allahabad. 

See reproduction of front and hack covers. 

Octavo. Issued in cream-colored paper wrappers. Indian 
Railway Library, No. 3. 



50 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1888 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 106, ii, 4 leaves. — Advertisements, 
I leaf; title with "Reprinted in chief from the Week's 
News" on verso, introduction, and contents, 3 leaves; text, 
pp. 1-106; dedication, pp. i, ii. Advertisements, 4 leaves, 
not a part of the book. 

Of the eight pieces contained in the volume, seven appeared orig- 
inally in 'The Week's News, 1888. "The Judgment of Dungara" 
had the title "The Peculiar Embarrassment of Justice Krenk." 
Dray Wara Yow Dee. 

The Week's News. No. xvii. April 28. 
The Judgment of Dungara. 

The Week's News. No. xxix. July 28. 
At Howli Thana. 

The Week's News. No. xiii. March 31. 
Gemini [often misprinted "Genuine"]. 

The Week's News. No. 11. January 14. 
At Twenty-two. 

The Week's News. No. vii. February 18. 
In Flood Time. 

The Week's News. No. xxxi. August 11. 
The Sending of Dana Da. 

The Week's News. No. vi. February 11. 
On the City Wall. 

35 

SECOND EDITION 

Second Edition. In Black and White. By Rud- 
yard Kipling. A. H. Wheeler & Co., Allahabad. 
1889. (All rights reserved.) 

Octavo. Issued in cream-colored wrappers. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 106, ii, i leaf. — Advertisements with 
Opinions of the Press on verso, title with ** Reprinted in 
chief from the Week's News," and *' Printed at the Pioneer 
Press" on verso, introduction, and contents, 4 leaves; text, 





No.3 



W4m 






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HUPEE 




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1890] IN BLACK AND WHITE 51 

pp. 1-106; dedication, pp. i, ii. Opinions of the Press, with 
advertisements of the Indian Railway Library on verso, 
I leaf. 

The cover of the second edition, with the title dated 1889, was re- 
engraved, but is a very accurate copy of the first edition; the in- 
scription "Mayo School of Art, Lahore" is, however, in smaller 
type than that shown in the reproduction. The later editions 
were issued in the greenish-gray paper wrappers. 

36 

FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 

In Black and White By Rudyard Kipling Pub- 
lished By Messrs. A. H. Wheeler & Co. Allahabad 
Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, Ld. 
St. Dunstan House Fetter Lane,London,E.C. [1890] 

Collation: pp. 96. — Title, introduction, contents, 3 leaves; 
text, pp. 7-94; dedication, pp. 95, 96. 

An order was given by the publishers, June 12, 1890, to print 10,000 
copies. The plate for the cover was reengraved for the third 
Allahabad edition and has "Lahore" below it. The cover for the 
English edition has this plate, slightly reduced to make room for 
the London imprint, and the reengraved plate on the back cover. 



The American edition published by John W. Lovell Co., 1890, 
follows this revised text. 

In 1 891 the text was slightly revised again, and reset. The intro- 
duction begins "Heavenborn" instead of "Hazur." 

In Black and White, Outward Bound edition, vol. iv, contains "The 
Enlightenments of Pagett, M.P.," reprinted from ^he Contempo- 
rary Review y September, 1890. 

"On the City Wall," "The Judgment of Dungara," "At Twenty- 
two," and "Gemini " were printed separately by Henry Altemus 
Co., Philadelphia, in 1898. 



52 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1888 

UNDER THE DEODARS 

1888-1890 

37 

FIRST EDITION 

Under the Deodars. By Rudyard Kipling, [quota- 
tion from ''The City of Dreadful Night/' 7 Hnes] 
Published by Messrs. A. H. Wheeler & Co., 
Allahabad. 

See reproduction of front and back covers. 

Octavo. Issued in greenish-gray paper wrappers. Indian 
Railway Library, No. 4. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 106, 4 leaves. — Advertisements, i 
leaf; title with ** Reprinted in chief from the Week's News" 
on verso, preface, and contents, 3 leaves; text, pp. 1-106. 
Advertisements, 4 leaves. 

The volume contains six stories, five of which appeared in l!he 
Week's News m 1888: 
The Education of Otis Yeere. 

^he Week's News. Nos. x and xi. March 10 and 17. 
At the Pit's Mouth. 
A Wayside Comedy. 

The Week's News. No. iii. January 21. 
The Hill of Illusion. 

The Week's News. No. xvi. April 21. Reprinted from The 

Civil y Military Gazette^ September 28, 1887. 
A Second-Rate Woman. 

The Week's News. No. xxxv. September 8. 
Only a Subaltern. 

The Week's News. No. xxxiii. August 25. 



1890] UNDER THE DEODARS 53 

The cover for the second issue was retouched, having heavy shading 
in the spaces around "No. 4" and "One Rupee." A third issue of 
the cover, used on the second edition, which is dated 1889, has, 
below the plate, "Mayo School of Art Lahore." 

38 

SECOND EDITION 

Second Edition. Under the Deodars. By Rudyard 
Kipling, [quotation from **The City of Dreadful 
Night"] A. H. Wheeler & Co., Allahabad. 1889. 
(All Rights Reserved.) 

Octavo. Issued in greenish-gray paper wrappers. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 106, i leaf. — Advertisements with 
Opinions of the Press on verso, title with ** Reprinted in 
chief from the Week's News" and ''Printed at the Pioneer 
Press Allahabad" on verso, preface, and contents, 4 leaves; 
text, pp. 1-106. Opinions of the Press, with the same ad- 
vertisements on verso as on the front leaf, i leaf. 

A later issue, with the revised text, has on the cover the plate of 
the second edition, with "Mayo School of Art Lahore Mufid i 
am Press" below it. 

39 

FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 

Under the Deodars. By Rudyard Kipling, [quota- 
tion from *'The City of Dreadful Night/' 7 lines] 
Published by Messrs. A. H. Wheeler & Co., Allaha- 
bad. Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 
Ld., St. Dunstan's House Fetter Lane, London, 
E. C. [1890] 



54 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

Collation: pp. 96. — Title with advertisement on verso, 
preface, contents, 3 leaves; text, pp. 7-96. 

An order was given by the publishers, July 30, 1890, to print 10,000 
copies. 

The design on the cover for the Indian edition was reengraved for 
the English edition, which has the plate slightly reduced to make 
room for the London imprint below it. In this plate the um- 
brella in the carriage is tipped to the left. The reengraved 
plate is on the back cover. 



The American edition, John W. Lovell Co. (authorized edition), 
1890, with the revised text, contains all the stories except "Only 
a Subaltern," which was transferred to Soldiers Three; to fill 
up the space left, fifteen poems were taken from Departmental 
Ditties, Barrack-Room Ballads, and Other Verses, 51 pages, pub- 
lished by them in 1890. 

These Lovell sheets were used in 1891 by the Hovenden Co., New 
York, in their Surprise Series, paper-covered novels. 

In 1895 another story, "The Pit that They Digged," reprinted 
from l^he St. James's Gazette, December 14, 1889, was included 
in the Macmillan edition. 

Under the Deodars, Outward Bound edition, 1897, contains "Mrs. 
Hauksbee Sits Out," reprinted from 'The Illustrated London News, 
Christmas number, 1890. R. F. Fenno Co. published in 1899 
an edition which contains "The Enlightenments of Pagett, 
M.P." This story appeared originally in T/ie Contemporary 
Review, September, 1890, and was first collected in In Black 
and White, Outward Bound edition, 1897. 

Under the Deodars, published by F. F. Lovell Co., 1899, contains 
"False Dawn" and "The Rescue of Pluffles," taken from Plain 
Tales from the Hills. 

A Second-Rate Woman, published by Smith & Smith, New York, 
1898, in the Daisy Library, No. 5, contains five stories from 
Under the Deodars. The same company issued, in the Arrow 
Library, The Phantom 'Rickshaw, The Light that Failed, and 
Ballads and Other Verses, with the glossary. 




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r\avLway liibrary 

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1888] THE PHANTOM 'RICKSHAW 55 

THE PHANTOM 'RICKSHAW 

1888-1890 

40 

FIRST EDITION 

The Phantom 'Rickshaw and Other Tales. By Rud- 

yard Kipling. Published by Messrs. A. H. Wheeler 

& C0.5 Allahabad. 

See reproduction of front and back covers. 

Octavo. Issued in greenish-gray paper wrappers. Indian Rail- 
way Library, No. 5. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 114, 4 leaves. — Advertisements, i 
leaf; title with "Printed in chief from the Week's News'* 
on verso, preface, and contents, 3 leaves; text, pp. 1-114. 
Advertisements, 4 leaves. 

Although the verso of the title-page bears the usual statement " Re- 
printed in chief from the Week's News," but one of the four pieces 
appeared in that paper. Two were printed in Quartette ^ 1885, 
long before the publication of 'The Week's News. 
The Phantom 'Rickshaw. 

Quartette, 1885. 
My Own True Ghost Story. 

The Week's News. No. viii. February 25, 1888. 
The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes. 

Quartette, 1885. 
The Man Who Would be King. 

Evidently two plates were engraved from the same design for the 
cover, and used on both the first and second editions. One plate, 
without the apostrophe before "Rickshaw '* or periods after A 
and H in "A. H. Wheeler," was used on only a few copies; but 
eight of the first edition and three of the second have been re- 
ported. The plate, showing many minor differences as well as 



56 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1888 

those mentioned above, has "Mayo School of Art, Mufid i am 
Press" below. This plate was reengraved for the later editions 
and has "Lahore" below. It was slightly reduced for the English 
edition to make room for the London imprint. 



41 

SECOND EDITION 

Second Edition. The Phantom 'Rickshaw and 
other Tales. By Rudyard Kipling. A. H. Wheeler 
& Co., Allahabad. 1889. (AH Rights Reserved.) 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 114, i leaf. — Advertisements with 
Opinions of the Press on verso, title with "Reprinted in 
chief from the Week's News" and "Printed at the Pioneer 
Press, Allahabad" on verso, preface, contents, 4 leaves; 
text, pp. 1-114. Opinions of the Press, with the same ad- 
vertisements on verso as on the front leaf, i leaf. 



42 

FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 

The Phantom 'Rickshaw and Other Tales By Rud- 
yard Kipling. Published by Messrs. A. H. Wheeler 
& Co. 5 Allahabad. Sampson Low, Marston, Searle 
& Rivington, Ld., St. Dunstan's House, Fetter 
Lane, London, E. C. [1890] 

Collation: pp. 104. — Title with list of books on verso, pref- 
ace with imprint on verso, contents, 3 leaves; text, pp. 
7-104. 



1888] WEE WILLIE WINKIE 57 

An order was given by the publishers, September 22, 1890, to print 
10,000 copies. The front cover has the reengraved plate, with 
"Lahore" below it, but the back cover is blank. 



The American edition published by John W. Lovell Co., 1890, con- 
tains also the "Wee Willie Winkie" stories. 

One story, "The Track of a Lie," which was reprinted in "Turn- 
overs," No. Ill, from T^he Civil ^ Military Gazette^ July 12, 1888, 
was included in the Macmillan edition, 1895. 

R. F. Fenno Co., New York, published an edition in 1899 which con- 
tains "The Finest Story in the World." This story appeared 
originally in The Contemporary Review, July, 1891, and was col- 
lected in Many Inventions, 1893. 

"The Man Who Would be King" was printed separately in 1898 by 
Brentano, New York; in 1899, by Doubleday & McClure Co., 
Henry Altemus Co., Philadelphia, F. M. Buckles, and Barse & 
Hopkins, New York. 

In the same year, 1899, Henry Altemus issued separately "My Own 
True Ghost Story," and "The Strange Ride of Morrowbie 
Jukes"; F. M. Buckles also issued "The Strange Ride of Morrow- 
bie Jukes." 

"The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes" was translated into French 
and issued separately as a supplement to L Illustration, Paris, 
1900. 



WEE WILLIE WINKIE 

1888-1890 

43 

FIRST EDITION 

Wee W^illie Winkie and Other Child Stories. By 
Rudyard Kipling. Published by Messrs. A. H. 
Wheeler & Co., Allahabad. 

See reproduction of front and hack covers. 



58 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1888 

Octavo. Issued in greenish-gray paper wrappers. Indian 
Railway Library, No. 6. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 104, 4 leaves. — Advertisements, i 
leaf; title with "Reprinted in chief from the Week's News** 
on verso, preface, and contents, 3 leaves; text, pp. 1-104. 
Advertisements, 4 leaves. 

The volume contains four pieces, two of which had appeared in l^he 
Week's News, 1888: 
Wee Willie Winkie. 

^he Week's News. No. iv. January 28. 
Baa, Baa, Black Sheep. 

'The Week's News. Christmas Supplement, December 21, 

1888, after the appearance in book form. 
His Majesty the King. 

The Week's News. No. xviii. May 5. 
The Drums of the Fore and Aft. 

The covers were retouched or reengraved at least five times. In the 
second issue of the cover, the types in the upper left corner are 
different from those of the first, periods are after the letters A and 
H, and "Mufid i am Press Lahore" is in smaller type. The third 
issue was reengraved and used also for the second edition. It has 
"Moyo [sic] School of Art, Lahore" in the place of "Mufid i am 
Press Lahore." This error was corrected for the second issue and 
the third edition, and **Mayo School of Art, Lahore. Mufid i am 
Press" appears below the plate. 



44 

SECOND EDITION 

Second Edition. Wee Willie Winkie and Other 
Child Stories. By Rudyard Kipling. A. H. Wheeler 
& Co., Allahabad. 1889. (All Rights Reserved.) 

Octavo. Issued in greenish-gray paper wrappers. 



^^ 



.>. 












MOFIOIAM PRCS8 LAHORE 



i89o] WEE WILLIE WINKIE 59 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 104, i leaf. — Advertisements, with 
Opinions of the Press on verso, title with ** Reprinted in 
chief from the Week's News" and imprint ** Printed at 
the Pioneer Press, Allahabad" on verso, preface, contents, 
4 leaves; text, pp. 1-104. Opinions of the PrevSs, with the 
same advertisements on verso as on the front leaf, i leaf. 



45 

FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 

Wee Willie Winkie and Other Stories By Rudyard 
Kipling Published by Messrs. A. H. Wheeler & 
Co. Allahabad Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & 
Rivington, Ld., St. Dunstan's House Fetter Lane, 
London, E. C. [1890] 

Collation: pp. 96. — Blank leaf, advertisements with list of 
books on verso, title, contents, 4 leaves; text, pp. 9-96. 

An order was given by the publishers, June 13, 1890, to print 10,000 

copies. The introductory note is omitted. 
The design for the cover of the later Indian editions was reengraved, 

and slightly reduced for the English edition, to make room for the 

London imprint. An entirely different plate was used on the 

back. 



The American edition published by John W. Lovell Co., 1890, in- 
cluded in the Phantom 'Rickshaw volume, follows this text. 

In 1899, F. F. Lovell Co. published the Wee Willie Winkie stories 
with "Without Benefit of Clergy" from Mine Own People, pub- 
lished by the United States Book Co. in 1891. 

Caldwell & Co., New York, included " The City of Dreadful Night " 
in their issue of Wee Willie Winkie, published in 1899. 

**His Majesty the King" and "Wee Willie Winkie" were printed 
for school purposes, in one volume, by Dana Estes & Co., Boston, 
1 899, The Young of Heart Series, illustrated by J. W. Kennedy. 



6o KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

Child Stones by Rudyard Kipling, with illustrations by Charles D. 
Farrand and others, published by Alex. Grosset, New York, 
1899, contains the four stories from Wee Willie Winkie, and 
"Tod's Amendment" from Plain Tales from the Hills. 

"The Drums of the Fore and Aft" was published separately by 
Dana Estes & Co., F. Tennyson Neely, and Brentano, New York, 
in 1898, and by Doubleday & McClure in 1899. 

Henry Altemus, Philadelphia, issued separately "The Drums of the 
Fore and Aft," "Wee Willie Winkie," and "His Majesty the 
King." 



1889] FIRST AMERICAN EDITIONS 61 



FIRST AMERICAN EDITIONS 

The John W. Lovell Co., New York, were the first authorized 
American publishers of Kipling's books. The first volume, 
Plain Tales from the Hills, was probably issued without 
his permission; but the statement is printed on the front 
cover of the International Series that ''royalty is paid the 
author." The second volume. Soldiers Three, contains a 
prefatory letter from Kipling authorizing the John W. 
Lovell Co. to state that all the editions published by them 
had been overlooked by him. 

Three volumes were issued in 1 889-1 890: 

I. Plain Tales from the Hills. "Copyrighted by John W. 
Lovell, 1889"; revised text, containing only 39 
stories. 
II. Soldiers Three, containing also In Black and White. 
** Copyrighted by John W. Lovell Company, 1 890 "; 
revised text, with a facsimile of a letter from Kip- 
ling. 
III. The Phantom 'Rickshaw, containing also Wee Willie 
Winkie and Other Stories. ** Copyrighted by J. W. 
Lovell Co., 1890"; revised text. 

These were bound in tan cloth, with lettering and ornaments 
in brown, and, at the top of the front cover, " Indian Tales 
— I [II, III]." 

The three volumes were also issued in paper wrappers in the 
International Series. Plain Tales from the Hills has the im- 
print ** Frank F. Lovell & Co."; the others," John W. Lovell 
Company." These were later issued in the Strathmore 
Series. 

The John W. Lovell Co. was succeeded in 1890 by the United States 
Book Co., which issued these three volumes in paper and cloth, 
and also Departmental Ditties, Barrack-Room Ballads and Other 
Verses, The Light that Failed, with the original ending, Indian 
Tales (the three volumes reset and issued in one volume), and, 



62 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

in 1 891, Mine Own People. This last volume was added to the 
Indian Tales Series, forming vol. iv. It was issued in the tan 
cloth binding, with the design from In Black and White on the 
front cover. 

The United States Book Co. issued in 1890, in the Westminster 
Series only, in terra-cotta paper wrappers. Under the Deodars 
with 51 pages from the Departmental Ditties volume, and The 
Light that Failed, the text as issued in Lippincott's Magazine. 
The latter was earlier than the bound edition issued by them 
later, in December. 

Members of the United States Book Co., Frank F, Lovell Co., 
and Lovell, Coryell & Co. continued to issue these books for 
many years. The sheets were used by George Munro's Sons for 
the Seaside Library and other series, by the Hovenden Co. for the 
Surprise Series, and by the New York National Co. for the Red 
Letter Series. The plates were lent or rented to, and exchanged 
with, other publishers. The dates on these paper-covered novels 
cannot be trusted. The dated wrappers were printed in great 
quantities at a time, space being left for the title. If, by any 
chance, a publisher learned that a contemporary publisher was 
about to issue a certain work which the former had in hand, there 
would be a rush to get it out first, regardless of the date on the 
cover; or the presses would break down, or printers' strikes and 
other accidents would delay the manufacturing of a book, so that 
the date would again be wrong. 

In 1899 the Lotus edition was published by the Lovell Co., 23 Duane 
St., New York. This was very nicely printed on good paper, 
issued in cloth and paper wrappers. These plates are still in use. 

The Williamson Sale catalogue, March 7, 191 5, contains a letter 
from Kipling in regard to the Lovells' use of his writings. 



i89o] INDIAN TALES 63 

46 

SOLDIERS THREE 

FIRST AMERICAN EDITION 

Soldiers Three A Collection of Stories Setting 
Forth Certain Passages in the Lives and Adven- 
tures of Privates Terence Mulvaney, Stanley Or- 
theris, and John Learoyd By Rudyard Kipling 
[quotation, 2 lines] Authorized Edition New York 
John W. Lovell Company 142 to 150 Worth Street 
Corner Mission Place [1890] 

Octavo. Issued in tan cloth, the front cover lettered in brown 
" Indian Tales — I Soldiers Three. By Rudyard Kipling," 
with facsimile of the cover of the Indian Railway Library. 

Collation: i leaf, pp. 410, 2 leaves. — Fore-title with fac- 
simile of Kipling's letter on verso, i leaf; title with 
"Copyright 1890 by John W. Lovell Company" on 
verso, dedication, contents, preface, 4 leaves; text, pp. 
9-176; **Only a Subaltern" (from Under the Deodars), 
pp. 177-207; In Black and White (title, dedication, con- 
tents, and text), pp. 209-409; p. 410 is blank. Advertise- 
ments, 2 leaves, a part of the last signature. 

In the paper-covered International Series, the last page of the 
preface is numbered "6"; page 410 has advertisements. 

47 

INDIAN TALES 

Indian Tales By Rudyard Kipling Authorized 
Edition New York United States Book Company, 



64 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

Successors to John W. Lovell Company 142 to 150 | 
Worth Street [1890] ^ 

Octavo. Issued in red or blue cloth, untrimmed, gilt top. 

Collation; pp. 771. — Title with copyright notices on verso, 
contents, 3 leaves; text, pp. 7-771. 

Contents 

Plain Tales from the Hills, 39 stories. 

Soldiers Three, 7 stories. 

Under the Deodars, i story. 

In Black and White, 8 stories. 

The Phantom 'Rickshaw, 4 stories. 

Wee Willie Winkie, 4 stories. 

The Story of the Gadsbys, 8 stories. 

L'Envoi, "What is the moral? Who rides may read." 



Indian Tales, with illustrations by L. J. Bridgman and others, pub- 
lished by Caldwell & Co., New York, 1899, contains 17 plates 
and 34 stories: 15 from Plain Tales from the Hills, 6 from 
Soldiers Three, 3 each from Wee Willie Winkie, In Black and 
White, and The Courting of Dinah Shadd, 1 from The Phantom 
'Rickshaw, and one each from The Story of the Gadsbys and 
Many Inventions. 

48 

The Story of the Gadsbys and Under the Deodars 
Authorized Edition New York Lovell, Coryell & 
Company [1891] 

This contains a note by Kipling dated March, 1891, stating 
that this edition is issued with his cordial sanction. 

Plain Tales from the Hills and probably others published by Lovell, 
Coryell & Co., in 1891, contain the same note. 



"TURN-OVERS" 



FROM THE 



"Cim AND MILITARY GAZETTE." 



OCTOBER TO DECEMBER 1889. 



VOL. VIII. 



PUBLISHED AT TUC " CIVIL AN'D MILtTAR'Y CA^KTTE ' PRKSS, 

LAHORE, INDIA. 



{All rights reserved.) 



"TURNOVERS" 



FROM THE 



"CIVIL AMD MILITARY GAZETTE." 



JANUARY TO MARCH 1888. 



•• The Daily Press has always been the grave of many 
of the best things that the best writers have produced." 
We have rescued from our columns of the last three 
months some literary trifles, in the hope that, like flies in 
amber, a few may be found still to retain an interest, 
long after the weightier matters which they incongruously 
accompanied in publication, have been pigeon-holed by 
Time and forgotten. April zst, z888. 



rUBUSHCt> AT THE '* CIVIL AND MILITARY GAZETTE" PRESS, 

LAHORE, INDIA. 



(All rights reserved,) 



1888] "TURNOVERS" 67 

49 

"TURNOVERS" 

** Turnovers '' from the ''Civil and Military Ga- 
zette." Numbers I to XII. Lahore. 1888-1890. 
See reproduction of cover and title-page. 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers. Nos. i to ix con- 
tain stories by Kipling. Those which have been identified 
are as follows: 

I. January to March, 1888 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 115. — Title, contents, and preface, 
3 leaves; text, pp. 1-115. 

The New Year's Sermon. (The Reveller.) 
The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January i . 

The Great Census. (Smith.) 

'The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 9; The Smith Admin- 
istration, 1 891. 

Mister Anthony Dawking. (The Traveller.) 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 1 1 ; The City of Dread- 
ful Night, 1890. 

The Luck of Roaring Camp. (The Reveller.) 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 17; The City of Dread- 
ful Night, 1890. 

Bubbling Well Road. (The Traveller.) 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 18; Life's Handicap, 
1891. 

Landmarks in the Wilderness. (The Traveller.) 
The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 30. 

The Wedding Guest. (The Traveller.) 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, February 16. 

The City of Patan. (The Traveller.) 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 13. 

A Fallen Idol. (R.K.) 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 16; The City of Dreadful 
Night, 1890; Abaft the Funnel, 1909. 



68 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1888 

Pak Patan. (The Traveller.) 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ March 24. 
The Minstrel. (His Owner's Friend.) 

The Civil £5? Military Gazette ^ March 27. 

II. April to June, 1888 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 116. — Title, contents, and preface, 
3 leaves; text, pp. 1-116. 

A Day OfF. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 4. 
A Self-Made Man. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 10; The Smith Adminis- 
tration, 1 891. 
The Killing of Hatim Tai. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 12; The City of Dreadful 

Night, 1890; The Smith Administration. 
The Unpunishable Cherub. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 15. 
Hot Weather Councils. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 17. 
In Gilded Halls. 

The Civile Military Gazette, May 18; The Story of the 

Gadsbys, 1888, with the title "World Without.** 
"In the Days of Alexander." (K.) 

The Civil & Military Gazette, May 26. 
Through the Fire. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 28; Life's Handicap, 1891. 
Himalayan Councils. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 31. 
Exchange Quotations. 

Reprinted in the Kipling Birthday Book, 4 lines, for June 13. 
The Burden of Nineveh. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, June 6. 

III. July to September, 1888 

Collation; 3 leaves, pp. 94. — Title, contents, and preface, 
3 leaves; text, pp. 1-94. 



1889] "TURNOVERS" 69 

That District Log-Book (By the Keeper of It.) 

'^he Civil ^ Military Gazette^ July 10; The City of Dreadful 

Night, 1890. 
The Track of a Lie. (One Who Followed It.) 

T!he Civil ^ Military Gazette, July 12; The Phantom 'Rick- 
shaw, Macmillan & Co., 1895. 
"Little Tobrah." (R.K.) 

T'/ie Civil ^ Military Gazette, July 17; Life's Handicap. 
Haider Shah. (One Who Knows Him.) 

'The Civil ^ Military Gazette, July 16. 
New Brooms. (R.K.) 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, August 3; Abaft the Funnel. 
Baboo Mookerji's Undertaking. (The Witness.) 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, September i . 
Exercises in Administration. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, August 14. 

IV. October to December, 1888 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 109. — Title, contents, and preface, 
3 leaves; text, pp. 1-109. 

Tiglath Pileser. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, October 26; The City of Dread- 
ful Night, 1890; Abaft the Funnel. 

There are no doubt others, but only this one has been identified. 



V. January to March, il 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 82. — Title, contents, and preface, 3 
leaves; text, pp. 1-82. 

Abaft the Funnel. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 30; Abaft the Funnel, 
with the title "A Menagerie Aboard." 



VI. April to June, i 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 120. — Title, contents, and preface, 
3 leaves; text, pp. 1-120. 

The Wandering Jew. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 4; Life's Handicap. 



70 KIPLING BIBLIOGIL^PHY [1889 

Abaft the Funnel. No. 1. 

^he Civil cs Military Gazette, April 16; Life's Handicap, with 
the title "Reingelder and the German Flag." 

Abaft the Funnel. No. 3. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 25; Soldiers Three, Mac- 
millan & Co., 1895, with the title "The Wreck of the Visi- 
goth." 

Abaft the Funnel. No. 4. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 29; Life's Handicap, with 
the title "The Lang Men o' Larut." 

It. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, June i; Abaft the Funnel. 



VII. July to September, i 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 113. — Title, contents, and preface, 
3 leaves; text, pp. 1-113. 

Abaft the Funnel. No. 6. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, July 13; Soldiers Three, Mac- 

millan & Co., 1895, with the title "Of Those Called." 
Abaft the Funnel. No. 7. 

The Civil zs Military Gazette, July 18; Abaft the Funnel, with 

the title "A Smoke of Manila." 
The Red Lamp. 

The Civil cf Military Gazette, July 20; Abaft the Funnel. 
Griffiths, the Safe Man. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, July 31 ; Abaft the Funnel. 
The Shadow of his Hand. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, August 2; Abaft the Funnel. 
Abaft the Funnel. No. 8. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, August 21; Abaft the Funnel, 

with the title "Erastasius of the Whanghoa." 
The Bow Flume Cable-Car. 

The Civile Military Gazette, September 10; Abaft the Funnel. 
A Little More Beef. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, September 18; Abaft the 

Funnel. 
Her Little Responsibility. 

The Civil i£ Military Gazette, September 19; Abaft the Funnel. 



1890] "TURNOVERS" 71 

VIII. October to December, 1889 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 113. — Title, contents, and preface, 
3 leaves; text, pp. 1-113. 

The History of a Fall. 

T^he Civil ^Military Gazette^ November 23; Abaft the Funnel. 
The New Dispensation. No. i. London in a Fog. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ December 10; Abaft the Funnel. 
The New Dispensation. No. 1. London in a Fog. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ December 16; Abaft the Funnel. 
In Partibus. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette y December 23; Abaft the Funnel; 

Fragmenta Condita, 1922. 

IX. January to March, 1890 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. iii. — Title, contents, and preface, 
3 leaves; text, pp. i-iii. 

The Three Young Men. London in a Fog. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette y January 2; Abaft the Funnel. 
"My Great and Only." 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ January 11 and 15; Abaft the 

Funnel. 
The Betrayal of Confidences. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ January 23; Abaft the Funnel. 
The Adoration of the Mage. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 25; Abaft the Funnel. 
A Death in Camp. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 29; Abaft the Funnel. 
A Really Good Time. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, February 8; Abaft the Funnel. 
On Exhibition. 

The Civil & Military Gazette, February 21; Abaft the Funnel. 

X. April to June, 1890 
XI. July to September, 1890 
xii. October to December, 1890 



72 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

50 
''MY GREAT AND ONLY" 

''My Great and Only." (By Rudyard Kipling.) 
[1890] 

Folio. Issued in green paper wrappers, measuring 8| by 7 
inches. 

Collation: 1 leaves. — Title on the front cover within black 
border-lines; text, printed in two columns, pp. 1-4. Pages 
2, 3, and 4 are numbered at the top, in the middle. 

The story was first published in The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ Jan- 
uary II and 15, 1890, and reprinted in "Turnovers," vol. ix. 
The pamphlet is evidently printed from the types of the news- 
paper. 

THE ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE, LONDON 

1889-1892 

Kipling sailed from New York for England on the steamship 
City of Berlin, September 22, 1889, arriving in London 
about the first of October. A poem written on the back 
of a dinner menu, during the voyage, was printed entire 
in the American Art Association's catalogue for the sale 
of April 23, 1924. 

He began in November to contribute to The St. James's 
Gazette stories, poems, and plays, some of which were re- 
printed in the weekly issue, The St. James's Budget. Only 
a few of the poems were signed. 

The first story which has been positively identified, "The Comet of 
the Season," appeared in the Supplement for November 21, 1889. 
"Gallihauk's Pup," containing the same characters, appeared 



i89o] WERNER'S READINGS 73 

November 30. There are several copyright stones, and three in 
which Mrs. Golightly appears. 

** Mr. KipHng on America " was published in August, and " Mr. Kip- 
ling on the New Unionism " was reprinted from l!he Pioneer^ 
October 28, 1890. 

Two poems signed by Kipling have not been reprinted: "Selling the 
Cross," February 3, and "The Bushman's Daughter," August 13, 
1890. 

"The Ballad of the Red Earl," March 5, and "The Last of the Light 
Brigade," April 28, 1890, both signed, were not collected until 
1 91 9, in Inclusive Verse. 

Six poems were included in Barrack-Room Ballads, 1892: "An 
Imperial Rescript," February 10, "The Queen's Uniform" 
("Tommy"), March i, "Cleared," March 8, "The Ballad of the 
Clampherdown," March 25, 1890; "The Flag of England," April 
10, 1 891; "The Ballad of the Bolivar," February 5, 1892. 

A review of Soldiers Three and Departmental Ditties was printed 
March 25, 1890, and one of Life's Handicap, August 28, 1891. 
A review of Barrack-Room Ballads was printed in '^he St. 
James's Budget^ May 6, and one of The Naulahka, July i, 1892. 



52 

WERNER'S READINGS AND RECITATIONS 

Werner's Readings and Recitations No. 2. Com- 
piled and arranged by Elsie M. Wilbor [device] 
New York Edgar S. Werner & Company Copy- 
right, 189O5 by Edgar S. Werner 

Octavo. Issued in boards. 

"The Last of the Light Brigade" by Rudyard Kipling, pp. 
189, 190. 



74 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

53 

THE SCOTS OBSERVER AND THE NATIONAL 
OBSERVER 

1890-1893 

The Scots Observer was published weekly in Edinburgh from 
November, 1888, to November 15, 1890. It was then 
transferred to London, and the name was changed to 
'The National Observer. During the time that William 
Ernest Henley was editor, Kipling contributed many 
poems and ballads. Thirteen Barrack-Room Ballads and 
three other poems were collected in Departmental Ditties, 
Ballads, and Other Verses, New York, 1 890. These and all 
the others, except three, were reprinted in Barrack-Room 
Ballads and Other Verses, London, 1892. 

The poem "Twilight in the Abbey" was used as "L'Envoi, My new- 
cut ashlar," in Life's Handicap, 1891. 

"The Dove of Dacca" and "A Banjo Song," with the title "The 
Lost Legion," were collected in Barrack-Room Ballads, 1893. 

54 

"CLEARED" 

'Cleared/ (Reprinted from The Scots Observer) 
[colophon: ''Edinburgh: Published at the Scots 
Observer Office/'] 
Small folio. Leaflet, pp. 2. 

The poem first appeared in The Scots Observer^ March 8, 1890, and 
a few copies were printed from the same type. It was collected 
in Barrack- Room Ballads, Methuen & Co., 1892. 

The proof sheets, corrected by Kipling, show that the poem was 
originally written in Irish dialect, and it was so set up; but the au- 
thor throughout deleted the phonetic Irish spelling in the proof. 



i89o] DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES 75 

DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES, BARRACK-ROOM 
BALLADS, AND OTHER VERSES 

55 

Departmental Ditties Barrack-Room Ballads and 
Other Verses by Rudyard Kipling Author of 
"Plain Tales From The Hills," "Soldiers Three," 
"The Phantom 'Rickshaw," "The Story of the 
Gadsbys," Etc., etc., etc. New York United States 
Book Company Successors to John W. Lovell Com- 
pany, 150 Worth St., cor. Mission Place [1890] 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, the front cover and back lettered 
in gilt, gilt top. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 270, 2 leaves. — Two blank leaves; 
fore-title, title with copyright notice on verso, contents, 
4 leaves; fly-title, prelude beginning **I have eaten your 
bread and salt," and text, pp. 1-270; 2 blank leaves at end, 
to complete the signature. 

Thirteen "Ballads" and four "Other Verses" are collected here for 
the first time; all appeared in The Scots Observer except one, 
"The Gift of the Sea," which was first printed in the English 
Illustrated Magazine, August, 1890. The new ballads are: 
Danny Deever. No. i. February 22. 
"Tommy." No. 2. March i. 
"Fuzzy-Wuzzy." No. 3. March 15. 
Oonts! No. 4. March 22. 
Loot. No. 5. March 29. 
Soldier, Soldier. No. 6. April 12. 
The Sons of the Widow. No. 7. April 26. 

The title was changed to "The Widow at Windsor" in the 

English edition, 1892. 
Troopin'. No. 8. May 17. 
Gunga Din. No. 9. June 7. 



76 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

Mandalay. No. 10. June 21. 

The Young British Soldier. No. 11. June 28. 

Screw-Guns. No. 12. July 12. 

Belts. No. 13. July 26. 

The third stanza is the fourth stanza of "The Way av Ut,'* 
an uncollected poem published in ^he Pioneer^ October 8, 
1888. 

Among "Other Verses" the four new ones are: 

The Conundrum of the Workshops. September 13. 

The Explanation. February i. 

The Gift of the Sea. This was also printed in l^he New York 

1'ribune. 
Evarra and his Gods. October 4, 1890. 

This is the first American edition of Departmental Ditties, and the 
first edition of Barrack-Room Ballads. The first English edition 
of Barrack-Room Ballads was published in 1892. 

The United States Book Co. used the same sheets, with a new title- 
page, for the Strathmore Series, in 1891. This was issued in cloth 
and in paper wrappers. 

The sheets of Departmental Ditties, 51 pages only, were bound up at 
the end of Under the Deodars and issued in 1890 in the authorized 
edition, and in 1891 in the Surprise Series, paper-covered books 
issued by the Hovendon Co. 

The same sheets were used in 1891 by the United States Book Co., 
but with a different address on the title: "New York: United 
States Book Company, 310-318 Sixth Avenue," and without 
copyright notice on verso. The four leaves of advertisements of 
Lovell, Coryell & Co., at the end, are a part of the book. 



Rudyard Kipling and R. L. Stevenson With Introductions by Ed- 
win Markham and Richard Le Gallienne and a Frontispiece in 
color by E. J. Cross, P. F. Collier & Son, New York City [1902], 
contains Barrack-Room Ballads, Departmental Ditties, and 
Other Verses, 1890. 

The Poems of Rudyard Kipling With a Biographical Sketch by 
Henry Ketchum, A. L. Burt Company, Publishers, New York 
[1900], contains only the early poems in Barrack-Room Ballads, 
Departmental Ditties, and Other Verses. 



1898] BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS 77 

56 

Barrack-Room Ballads And Verses Rudyard Kip- 
ling New York: M. F. Mansfield 22 East Six- 
teenth Street [1898] 

Sixteenmo. Issued in leather or cloth, uncut. 

Collation: pp. 96. Seven colored plates by Blanche McManus. 

This contains nine poems from Departmental Ditties not included 
in the following volume, and eleven ballads from the volume 
published by the United States Book Co. 

Departmental Ditties And Other Verses Rudyard 
Kipling New York: M. F. Mansfield 22 East Six- 
teenth Street [1898] 

Sixteenmo. Issued in leather or cloth, uncut, uniform with 
the above volume. 

Collation; pp. 94. Five colored plates by Blanche McManus. 

This contains twenty-seven of the early poems from Departmental 

Ditties not included in the above volume. 
These two collections were also issued in one volume, with eleven 

plates by Blanche McManus. The plates were used in 1898 for a 

calendar, with text from the poems. 



W. B. Conkey Co., Chicago, 1900, published a volume containing 
twenty-seven poems from Departmental Ditties; two stories, 
"The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney" and "On Greenhow 
Hill," from The Courting of Dinah Shadd; and five, "Bimi," 
"Namgay Doola," "Moti-Guj — Mutineer," "The Mutiny of 
the Mavericks," and "The Recrudescence of Imray," from Mine 
Own People, 1890. 
Werner's Readings and Recitations, 1890, contains "Tommy." 
Tommy and Other Poems for Recitation, by Rudyard Kipling, 
Lewis Carroll, etc., James Clarke & Co., London, 1895, contains 
only one poem by Kipling, "Tommy." 



78 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1898 

A London Garland, selections by W. E. Henley, published in London 
and New York, 1895, contains the poem "Tommy," with two 
illustrations by W. B. Wollen and T. S. C. Crowther. 

A copy of "The Explanation" in Kipling's autograph was sent to 
the Siegel-Cooper Employees' Association for the souvenir pro- 
gramme issued February, 1899, for an entertainment. He substi- 
tuted for the last five lines two more suitable for the occasion; 

Save ye maidens! This is why 
Old men love while young men die. 

F. M. Buckles & Co., New York, issued separately, in 1899, "Man- 
dalay," " Fuzzy-Wuzzy," " Danny Deever,""Gunga Din," "The 
Undertaker's Horse," "Belts," and "Tommy." These were 
printed in two colors, with a frontispiece portrait of Kipling. 
They were also bound up together in one volume. Alex. Grosset, 
New York, issued the same poems, from the same plates, in 1899. 

Barse & Hopkins, New York, issued many of the poems sepa- 
rately, and are still issuing some of them, among them "Fuzzy- 
Wuzzy," "Tommy," "Danny Deever," "The Explanation," 
"Screw-Guns," "Mandalay," "Troopin'," "L'Envoi," "Ford 
o* Kabul River." 

The Caxton Club, Fittsfield, Massachusetts, issued separately, in 
1908 or 1909, "Mandalay" and "The Explanation." 

M. F. Mansfield issued, in 1898 and 1899, "Mandalay," with illus- 
trations by Blanche McManus. 



THE COURTING OF DINAH SHADD 

57 

FIRST EDITION 

The Courting of Dinah Shadd and Other Stories 
By Rudyard Kipling Author of ** Plain Tales from 
the Hills'' Etc. With A Biographical and Critical 
Sketch By Andrew Lang [device] New York Harper 
& Brothers, Franklin Square 1890. 



1890] THE COURTING OF DINAH SHADD 79 

Octavo. Issued in blue paper wrappers. Harper's Franklin 
Square Library, No. 680. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 182, i leaf. — Portrait of Kipling, 
title, contents, 3 leaves; biographical sketch by Andrew 
Lang, pp. vii-xii; text, pp. 1-182. Advertisements, i leaf, 
a part of the last signature. 

The six stories had all been printed previously in periodicals in 
1890: 
The Courting of Dinah Shadd. 

Macmillan s Magazine^ March; Harper s Weekly^ March i. 
The Man Who Was. 

Macmillan' s Magazine^ April; Harper s Weekly y April 15. 
A Conference of the Powers. 

"The Pioneer Mail^ May 28; Harper s Weekly , May 31; ^he 

United Service Magazine^ June. 
Without Benefit of Clergy. 

Macmillan s Magazine ^ June; Harper s Weekly ^ June 7. 
On Greenhow Hill. 

Macmillan s Magazine, September; Harper s Weekly y August 

The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney. 

Macmillan s Magazine, December, 1889; Short Stories, Sep- 
tember, 1890, with the title "Great Krishna Mulvaney." 

The book was published in September, 1890. The same collection 
of stones, with the sketch by Andrew Lang and "The Incarna- 
tion of Krishna Mulvaney," was issued in New York by M. J. 
I vers & Co. in the American Series, with paper wrappers; the date 
on the front cover is October 10, 1890, but the advertisements 
on the back cover are dated 1893. 

In ^he Athenceum of October 4, 1890, on the authority of Mr. 
Kipling, it was stated that these stories had been collected by 
Messrs. Harper without permission, and they were accused of 
literary piracy. Messrs. Harper rejoined that they had duly 
purchased the "serial rights" of five of the six stories, and ex- 
plained that they had tendered Mr. Kipling £10 in acknowledg- 
ment of the story "The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney." 
Several letters on the subject were printed in T^he Athenceum; all 




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82 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

were collected in The Courting of Dinah Shadd, A Contribution 
to a Bibliography of Rudyard Kipling, 1898. 
The last letter by Messrs. Harper was dated November 25, 1890, 
in which they said that they had omitted from the collection 
of the Franklin Square Series "The Story of Krishna Mulva- 
ney," and had substituted for it "The Record of Badalia Herods- 
foot," which had appeared in Harper s Weekly , November 15 and 
22, 1890. 

58 

The Courting of Dinah Shadd. A Contribution to a 
BibHography of the Writings of Rudyard KipHng 
Marion Press, Jamaica, 1898.] 

Small quarto. Issued in gray paper wrappers, untrimmed. 

Collation: 1 leaves, pp. 20, 6 leaves. — 2 blank leaves; text, 
pp. 1-20; imprint, i leaf; 5 blank leaves. 

This is a reprint, with notes by Mr. Paul Lemperly, of the corre- 
spondence between Messrs. Harper and Kipling relative to the 
copyright on the stories included in The Courting of Dinah 
Shadd, as it was printed in The Athenceum^ November and 
December, 1890, and of the poem "The Rhyme of the Three 
Captains." 

Contents 

Messrs. Harper's Reply to "Literary Gossip." November i. 

Mr. Kipling's Reply. November 8. 

Letter signed by Walter Besant, William Black, and Thomas 

Hardy. November 11. 
Messrs. Harper's Reply. December 6. 
The Rhyme of the Three Captains. 

The Athenceumy December 6, 1890; Barrack-Room Ballads, 

1892. 
Messrs. Harper's Answer. December 13. 



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59 

SECOND EDITION 

The Courting of Dinah Shadd and Other Stories 
By Rudyard Kipling Author of "Plain Tales from 
the Hills" Etc. With A Biographical and Critical 
Sketch by Andrew Lang [device] New York Harper 
& Brothers, FrankHn Square [1890] 

Octavo. Issued in blue paper wrappers. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 177. — Portrait, title, contents, 3 
leaves; sketch by Andrew Lang, pp. vii-xii; text, pp. i- 
177. 

The substituted story was not as long as the other, and the second 
edition contains only 177 pages instead of 182. The date, 1890, 
does not appear on the title-page, but the title and cover, as well 
as the rest of the book as far as page 143, were printed from the 
same plates. The change was made in November. "The Record 
of Badalia Herodsfoot" appeared also in the Detroit Free Press ^ 
Christmas number, 1890, printed in London by Unwin Brothers. 

"The Record of Badalia Herodsfoot" and "The Conference of the 
Powers" were collected in England in Many Inventions, 1893; the 
remaining five stories were included in Life's Handicap, 1891. 

60 

THE RECORD OF BADALIA HERODSFOOT 

Detroit Free Press Christmas Number Price Six- 
pence. The Record of Badalia Herodsfoot By 
Rudyard Kipling. One Day's Courtship By Luke 
Sharp. Illustrated by Miss G. M. D. Hammond 
and Miss C. D. Hammond. Detroit Free Press, 
310, Strand, London, W. C. [1890] 



84 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

Folio. Issued in paper wrappers. 

Collation: pp. 30. — Title on the front cover, pp. i, 2; text, 
pp. 3-24; advertisements, pp. 25, 26; text, pp. 27-30. 
"The Record of Badalia Herodsfoot," pp. 3-9. 

In 1898, Brentano, New York, issued separately, in the Pomegranate 

Series, "The Courting of Dinah Shadd," "Without Benefit of 

Clergy," and "The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney." 
In 1899, Doubleday & McCIure Co. issued separately the same 

stories. They were also issued the same year by F. M. Buckles. 

Henry Altemus issued them, and "The Man Who Was " and " On 

Greenhow Hill," in 1899. 
"The Man Who Would be King" and "Without Benefit of Clergy" 

were issued together by the Four Seas Co., Boston, in 191 9, with 

an introduction by Wilson Follett. 
The Lovell Co. issued in the Lotus edition, October 13, 1899, The 

Courting of Dinah Shadd and Other Stories. This volume 

contains: 

The Courting of Dinah Shadd. 

A Conference of the Powers. 

Among the Railway Folk. 

In an Opium Factory. 

"The City of Dreadful Night." 
The Dodge Publishing Co., New York, issued in 1909 a volume of 

Kipling stories with the title The Man Who Would be King. It 

contains that story, four from The Phantom 'Rickshaw, and four 

from Plain Tales from the Hills. 



THE LIGHT THAT FAILED 
61 

COPYRIGHT EDITION 

The Light That Failed By Rudyard Kipling 
Author of ** Plain Tales from the Hills/' ''Soldiers 
Three/' *'The Story of the Gadsbys/' ''Depart- 



i89o] THE LIGHT THAT FAILED 85 

mental Ditties/' etc. London J. B. Lippincott Com- 
pany 1890. 

See reproduction of title-page. 

Octavo. Issued in stone-gray paper wrappers, lettered from 
the types of the title-page. 

Collation: pp. 82. — Title with "Entered at Stationers* Hall'" 
on verso, pp. i, 2; text, pp. 3-81; p. 82 is blank. 

This was evidently prepared for copyright purposes. It contains the 
happy ending as printed in Lippincott' s Magazine for January, 
1 891, where the twelve chapters fill pages 3-97. 

62 

FIRST PUBLISHED EDITION 

The Light That Failed By Rudyard Kipling 
Author of "Plain Tales from the Hills," "Soldiers 
Three/' etc., etc. Authorized Edition New York 
United States Book Company Successors to John 
W. Lovell Company 150 Worth St., Cor. Mission 
Place [1890] 

Octavo. Issued in dull-red paper wrappers, with the date on 
the front cover, December 5, 1890. Lovell's Westminster 
Series, No. 25. Advertisement for Colgate on the back. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 3-186, 2 leaves. — Fore-title, title 
with ''Copyright, 1890, by United States Book Company" 
on verso, 2 leaves; text, pp. 3-186. Advertisements, 2 
leaves, a part of the last signature. 

The text is in twelve chapters, with the happy ending, as published 

in Lippincott' s Magazine. 
Page 3 of the advertisements contains a list of Kipling's works. At 
the end of the list is "In Press by the same Author: 
Under the Deodars. Paper, 25 cents. 
The Light That Failed. Paper, 25 cents." 



THE 



Light that Failed 



BY 

RUDYARD KIPLING 

AUTHOR or 

PLAIK TALES PROM THE HILLS,** "SOLDIERS THREE," '^THE STORY OF 

THE GADSBYS," "DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES," ETC. 



LONDON 

J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY 
1890 



J 



i89o] THE LIGHT THAT FAILED 87 

These same sheets were used by the New York National Co. for 
the Red Letter Series, with the cover dated December 27, 
1 890; by Munro for the Seaside Library, the cover dated De- 
cember 29, 1890; and by the Hovenden Co. for the Surprise 
Series, 1891. 

Rand, McNally & Co., Chicago, 1891, issued an edition with the 
same ending. 

63 

SECOND EDITION 

The Light That Failed By Rudyard Kipling 
Author of "Plain Tales from the Hills," "Soldiers 
Three/' etc., etc. Authorized Edition New York 
United States Book Company Successors to John 
W. Lovell Company 150 Worth St., Cor. Mission 
Place [1890] 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, the front cover and back lettered 
in gold, gilt top. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 3-248, 3 leaves. — Fore-title, title 
with copyright notice on verso, 2 leaves; text (14 chap- 
ters), pp. 3-248. Advertisements, 3 leaves, a part of the 
last signature. 

The sheets of the Westminster Series, No. 25, to page 180, were used 
for this. From there on, the text is that originally written, with 
the sad ending. 
The earlier issue has advertisements at the end like those of the 
Westminster Series; the later issue omits **In Press by the Same 
Author" and two titles, and gives instead: 
"Under the Deodars, Paper, 25 Cents. 
The Light That Failed, Paper, 25 Cents. Original ending. 
The Light That Failed, Cloth, Gilt, ^1.25. Revised and 
enlarged edition." 



88 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

Editions were published by the Mershon Co. and by Hurst Co., New 
York, undated, the texts of which follow the revised and enlarged 
edition of the United States Book Co. issue. 

M.J. I vers & Co., New York, issued an edition with the cover dated 
January 17, 1891. 

64 

FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 

The Light that Failed By Rudyard Kipling Lon- 
don Macmillan and Co. and New York 1891 Ail 
rights reserved. 

Octavo. Issued in red or blue cloth, untrimmed, the front 
cover lettered in gold. 

Collation; 4 leaves, pp. 340, 2 leaves. — Fore- title, title, dedi- 
cation, and preface, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-339; p. 340 is 
blank. Advertisements, i leaf, a part of the last signature; 
blank leaf. Advertisements of various dates, bound in at 
the end, not a part of the book. 

This first published EngHsh edition contains fifteen chapters, the 
dedication "O Mother o' Mine! " the preface, and a new Chap- 
ter VIII. 

"O Mother o' Mine!" was reprinted in 'To-day, June 2, 1894. It was 
also set to music. 

The heading for Chapter vii, " Blue Roses," was published origin- 
ally in The Civil ^ Military Gazette, August 13, 1887, with the 
title "Misunderstood." It was reprinted in Hutchinson's Book of 
Beauty, 1902, replacing "The Quest," by Kipling, in the earlier 
edition of 1896. One new stanza was added in 1902. 

The text of The Light that Failed was revised for the Outward 
Bound edition, 1897. It was again revised for the edition pub- 
lished by Doubleday & McClure Co., 1899. The Light that 
Failed, with scenes (8 plates) from the dramatic version rendered 
by Mr. Forbes-Robertson and Miss Gertrude Elliott, was pub- 
lished by Doubleday, Page & Co. in 1903. The text of the book is 



1 891] SIX COMPLETE NOVELS 89 

the revised text of 1899, but a note at the end states that the 
play accepts the happy ending of the first edition published by 
the United States Book Co., in the Westminster Series, 1890. 
Play-Pictorial, vol. 11, Geering & Co., London, 1902, contains The 
Light that Failed, adapted by George Fleming from Kipling's 
novel, with many illustrations of scenes as acted by Forbes- 
Robertson and Miss Elliott. 



65 

MOTHER'S DAY 

Mother's Day 191 8. 

Octavo. Printed on cream-colored paper, with colored illus- 
tration above the title on the front cover. ''American 
Y.M.C.A." and the triangle, printed in red and black, 
and the imprint, are on the back cover. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Text, beginning with ** Mother o* 
Mine ! " 4 unnumbered leaves. 

This was printed in England. 

66 

SIX COMPLETE NOVELS 

Six Complete Novels By Famous Authors, from 
Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. With Short 
Stories, Essays, (Critical and Biographical), Poetry 
and Articles on Miscellaneous Subjects. Ward, 
Lock and Co., London, New York, and Melbourne. 

Large octavo. Issued in cloth, the front cover and back let- 
tered "Six Complete Stories from Lippincott." 

This is composed of the sheets of the magazine for the six numbers, 
January to June, 1891, with title-page and index. The covers. 



90 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

title-pages, indexes, and advertisements for the separate numbers 
have been removed, making the pagination continuous. "The 
Light that Failed " is the first story. 

Another volume. Five Complete Novels from Lippincott's Magazine, 
is composed of the sheets of the magazine, including the January- 
number, 1 891, with "The Light that Failed," and the four num- 
bers, February to May, 1890. The covers, title-pages, indexes, 
and advertisements have been removed, making the pagination 
continuous. The imprint on the title is "Ward, Lock, Bowen & 
Co., London . . . Melbourne . . , Sydney . . ." 

67 

LONGMAN^S MAGAZINE 

Vol. XV. April, 1890. 
For One Night Only. 

An uncollected story. 

68 

THE FORTNIGHTLY REVIEW 

Vol. XLvii. May, 1890. 

The Lamentable Comedy of Willow Wood. 

An uncollected story. 



1890] THE CITY OF DREADFUL NIGHT 91 

THE CITY OF DREADFUL NIGHT 

1890-1899 

After Kipling left India his publishers, A. H. Wheeler & Co., 
without his permission, brought together some minor pieces 
which had been contributed to 'T'he Civil & Military Gazette 
and T'he Pioneer. Several of them were printed also in 
"Turnovers," 'ithe Pioneer Mail, and ^e Week's News. 

Three volumes were printed, The City of Dreadful Night, 
The Smith Administration, and Letters of Marque. These 
were suppressed by Kipling, and all the stock, except three 
copies of each, was supposed to be destroyed. 

69 

FIRST SUPPRESSED EDITION 

The City of Dreadful Night and Other Sketches. 
By Rudyard Kipling. A. H. Wheeler & Co., Alla- 
habad. 1890. (All rights reserved.) 

See reproduction of title-page. 

Octavo. Bound in brown cloth, the front cover lettered in gilt 
** City of Dreadful Night." A blank leaf in front and one at 
the end were supplied when the cloth binding was put on. 
It was evidently intended to be issued in paper wrappers 
as were the other Indian Railway Library volumes. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 100. — Title with verso blank, con- 
tents with verso blank, 2 leaves; text, pp. 1-99; p. 100 is 
blank. 

The volume contains eighteen articles, four of which had been re- 
printed in "Turnovers " from "The Civil i^ Military Gazette^ 1888. 
Seven were reprinted in The City of Dreadful Night issued the 
following year, 1891 ; three were reprinted in The Smith Admin- 
istration, 1 891, one in The Day's Work, 1898, and two in Abaft 
the Funnel, 1909. 



THE 



CITY OF DpDFUL KjpT 



ASD 



ormK sx^Tw^s. 



BY 



RUDYARD KIPLING. 



A. H. WHEELER & Co., 

ALLAHABAD. 

1890. 



lALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] 



1890] THE CITY OF DREADFUL NIGHT 93 

Contents 
The City of Dreadful Night 

A Real Live City. 

'The Pioneer, March 2; The Week's News, March 10, 1888. 
The Reflections of a Savage. 

The Pioneer, March 5, 1888. 
On the Banks of the Hooghly. 

The Pioneer, March 9; The Pioneer Mail, March 14, 1888. 
With the Calcutta Police. 

The Pioneer and The Pioneer Mail, March 14; The Week's 

A^^t£;j, March 17, 1888. 
The City of Dreadful Night. 

The Pioneer, March 22; The Week's News, March 24; The 

Pioneer Mail, April 11, 1888. 
Deeper and Deeper Still. 

The Pioneer, April 5; The Week's News, April 7; The Pioneer 

Mail, April 11, 1888. 
Concerning Lucia. 

The Pioneer, April 9; The Pioneer Maily April 1 1 ; The Week's 

News, AY>n\ 14, 1888. 

Miscellaneous Sketches 

The Little House at Arrah. 

The Pioneer, February 24; The Pioneer Mail, February 29, 

1888. 
A Fallen Idol. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 16; "Turnovers," No. i, 

1888; Abaft the Funnel, 1909. 
Mister Anthony Dawking. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 1 1 ; "Turnovers," No. i, 

1888, "By the Traveller." 
The Dreitarbund. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, October 22, 1887, "By S.T." 
That District Log Book. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, July 10; "Turnovers," No. iii, 

1888, "By the Keeper of It." 
The Killing of Hatim Tai. 

The Civil & Military Gazette, May 12, 1888, "By Din"; 

The Smith Administration, 1891. 



94 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1890 

Tiglath Pileser. 

T^he Civil ^ Military Gazette ^ October 26; "Turnovers," No. 

IV, 1888; Abaft the Funnel, 1909. 
The Opinions of Gunner Barnabas. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, October 7, 1 887, " By his Friend 

and Partner "; The Smith Administration, 1891. 
Bread upon the Waters. 

"The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 14, 1888; The Smith 

Administration, 1891. 
The Judgment of Paris. 

"The Civil & Military Gazette, August 12, 1887, "By a Wit- 

ness. 
The Luck of Roaring Camp. 

'The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 17; "Turnovers," No. i, 

1888, "By the Reveller." 



70 
SECOND EDITION 

The City of Dreadful Night and Other Places De- 
picted by Rudyard Kipling. A. H. Wheeler & Co., 
Allahabad. 1891. (All Rights Reserved.) 

Octavo. Issued in gray-green paper wrappers, the front cover 
engraved by Brownlow Fforde. Indian Railway Library, 
No. 14. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 108, 5 leaves. — Advertisements, 1 
leaves; title and contents, 2 leaves; text, pp. 1-108. Ad- 
vertisements, 5 leaves. 

One copy has been reported, with plain gray wrappers, and leaves 

untrimmed. This is probably a proof copy. 
Efforts were made to suppress this collection, but, although it is very 

scarce, copies can be found, and several have been reported. 

Contents 
A Real Live City. 

The City of Dreadful Night, 1890. 



1 891] THE CITY OF DREADFUL NIGHT 95 

The Reflections of a Savage. 

The City of Dreadful Night, 1890. 

The Council of the Gods. 

The Pioneer^ February 18; The Civil ^ Military Gazette y Feb- 
ruary 21; The Pioneer Maily February 22, 1888. 

On the Banks of the Hugli. 

The City of Dreadful Night, 1890. 

With the Calcutta Police. 

The City of Dreadful Night, 1890. 

"The City of Dreadful Night." 

The City of Dreadful Night, 1890. 

Deeper and Deeper Still. 

The City of Dreadful Night, 1890. 

Concerning Lucia. 

The City of Dreadful Night, 1890. 

Among the Railway Folk. 

The Pioneer y July 24, August 4 and 18; The Pioneer Maily 
July 29, August 5 and 19; The Week's NewSy August 4 and 18, 
1888. 

The Giridih Coal Fields. 

The Pioneery August 24, September 6 and 20; The Pioneer 
Maily August 26, September 9 and 26; The Week's News, 
August 25 and September i, 1888. 

In an Opium Factory. 

The Pioneery April 16; The Pioneer Maily April 17, 1888. 

Seven of the articles included were printed in The City of Dreadful 
Night, 1890. All were reprinted in Out of India, published by 
G. W. Dillingham, New York, 1895, ^"^ ^" From Sea to Sea, 

"The Giridih Coal Fields" was included in Letters from the East, 
published by The Lovell Co., 1899. 

FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 

The City of Dreadful Night And Other Places De- 
picted by Rudyard Kipling Published by Messrs. 
A. H. Wheeler & Co. Allahabad Sampson Low, 



96 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1891 

Marston & Company, Ltd. St. Dunstan's House 
Fetter Lane, Fleet Street, London, E. C. [1891] 

Octavo. Issued in paper wrappers, the front cover with the 
engraving by Brownlow Fforde, reduced a little to make 
room for the London imprint beneath; advertisement on 
the back. 

Collation: pp. 96. — Title with contents on verso, and text, 
pp. 1-96; imprint at the bottom of p. 96, "The Aberdeen 
University Press." 

A slip is pasted on the title-page which states that at the time of 
printing the work the publishers had overlooked the fact that the 
title had been previously used for a volume of poems by James 
Thomson (B.V.). They had, however, received permission from 
Mr. Thomson's publishers to use it. 

The contents is the same as in the Allahabad edition, 1891. 



72 

The City of Dreadful Night By Rudyard Kipling 
With Illustrations by Charles D. Farrand [orna- 
ment] Alex. Grosset & Co. 11 East Sixteenth St., 
New York 1899 

Octavo. Issued in yellow cloth, untrimmed, the front cover 
lettered in red with black ornaments. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 5-92, 2 leaves. — Title with copyright 
notice on verso, and contents, 2 leaves; text, pp. 5-92; 2 
blank leaves; frontispiece, portrait of Kipling. 

This contains only the eight chapters of The City of Dreadful Night. 

The City of Dreadful Night and Other Stories, with a sketch of Rud- 
yard Kipling by Rev. C. O. Day, was issued in the Sunnyside 
Series, in paper wrappers, by J. S. Ogilvie Publishing Co., New 
York, 1899. 



i89i] THE SMITH ADMINISTRATION 97 

IZ 
THE SMITH ADMINISTRATION 

The Smith Administration. By Rudyard Kipling. 

A. H. Wheeler & Co., Allahabad. 1891. (All rights 

reserved.) 

See reproduction of title-page. 

Octavo. Issued in paper wrappers. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 92, 5 leaves. — Advertisements, 1 
leaves, a part of the signature; tide with verso blank, con- 
tents with verso blank, 2 leaves; text, pp. 1-92. Adver- 
tisements, 5 leaves. 

The advertisements at the beginning are identical with those of The 
City of Dreadful Night, 1891; and those at the end are, also, with 
the exception of the last line of the last page. Here the last line is 
"For Opinions of the Press, see overleaf." But in The City of 
Dreadful Night it reads "For Opinions of the Press see com- 
mencement and end of book." This seems to show that The 
Smith Administration was printed earlier in the year than The 
City of Dreadful Night. 

No page numbers are affixed to the table of contents, but the lines 
are dotted across, and the word "Page" is at the top, to the right. 

One copy with advertisements is bound in blank gray paper like 
that used for The City of Dreadful Night. 

Several copies without advertisements are known. One, evidently a 
printer's copy, is in blank paper wrappers. Another has a blank 
leaf in front and one at the end. It is bound in brown cloth, 
lettered on the front near the top "Smith Administration Kip- 
ling." On the fly-leaf appears the following inscription: 
"Of this book an edition of 3000 copies were printed and bound 
ready for sale for Messrs. Wheeler of Allahabad, but owing to a 
difference of opinion as to copyrights between Rudyard Kipling 
and the Proprietors of the Pioneer, and Civil & Military Gazette 
(in which journals the stories first appeared), the complete edition 
was cancelled and destroyed with the exception of three copies. 
E. W. Bulkley, General Manager, Pioneer Press, 

Allahabad, 1894." 



THE 



gMITp ilDS[IflI?TpO]iI 



BY 



RUDYARD KIPLING. 



A. H. WHEELER & Co., 

ALLAHABAD. 

1891. 



CALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] 



1 891] THE SMITH ADMINISTRATION 99 

One copy reported has thirteen pages of advertisements at the end, 

and another has seven pages. 
Six copies have been reported. 

Contents 

The Cow House Jirga. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, November 4, 1887. 
A Bazaar Dhulip. 

The Civil & Military Gazette, November ai, 1887. 
The Hands of Justice. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, July 15, 1887. 
The Serai Cabal. 

The Civil & Military Gazette, August 8, 1887. 
The Story of a King. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, October 17, 1887. 
The Great Census. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 9; The Week's News, 

January 14; "Turnovers," No. i, 1888. 
The Killing of Hatim Tai. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 12; "Turnovers," No. 11, 

1888. 
A Self-Made Man. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 10; The Week's News, May 

19; "Turnovers," No. 11, 1888. 
The Vengeance of Lai Beg. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, November 3, 1887. 
Hunting a Miracle. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, October 10, 1887. 
The Explanation of Mir Baksh. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, June i, 1888. 
A Letter from Golam Singh. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, September 10, 1886, with the 

title "Golam Singh in England." 
The Writing of Yakub Khan. 

The Pioneer and The Pioneer Mail, January 18; The Civile 

Military Gazette, January 20; The Week's News, January 21, 

1888, with the title "Intercepted Correspondence." 
The Tracking of Chuckerbutti. 

The Pioneer, March i ; The Week's News, March 3; The Pion- 
eer Mail, March 7, 1888. 



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A King's Ashes. 

The Pioneer, December 30, 1887; The Pioneer Mail, January 

4, 1888. 
The Bride's Progress. 

The Pioneer Mail, February 8 ; The Week's News, February 1 1, 

1888. 
A District at Play. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, August 27, 1886. 
What It Comes To. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, November 5, 1888. 
Bread upon the Waters. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 14, 1888; The City of 

Dreadful Night, 1890. 
The Opinions of Gunner Barnabas. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, October 7, 1887; The City of 

Dreadful Night, 1 890. 

All the stories except "The Tracking of Chuckerbutti" and "Bread 
upon the Waters" were reprinted in From Sea to Sea, 1899, and 
in Letters of Marque published by The Lovell Co. and R. F. 
Fenno Co., 1899. 

LETTERS OF MARQUE 
74 

FIRST EDITION 

Letters Of Marque. By Rudyard Kipling, Author 
of "Plain Tales from the Hills/' *' Departmental 
Ditties," &c., &c. A. H. Wheeler & Co., Allahabad, 
1 891. (All Rights Reserved.) 

Octavo. Issued in red and blue cloth, separated and lettered 
diagonally. 

Collation: 5 leaves, pp. 154, 3 leaves. — Advertisements, 1 
leaves; fore-title, title, and contents, 3 leaves; text, pp. 
1-154. Advertisements, with imprint on the last page, 3 
leaves. 



1 891] LETTERS OF MARQUE loi 

This collection was suppressed by Kipling. One thousand copies 
were printed, of which 900 were supposed to have been destroyed; 
but copies appear very frequently on the market. Nearly every 
copy has a date, stamped in purple ink with a rubber stamp on 
the front cover paper, '* Issued . . . Nov. [or Oct.] 91 ." There was 
only one issue, and these various dates have no especial value. 
The copy that belonged to E. W. Bulkley of the Pioneer Press is 
bound in gray cloth, and has the following inscription on the fore- 
title: "This edition of Letters of Marque was published in India 
only." It is larger than the regular issue, and may be a trial copy, 
before the addition of the imprint of the Pioneer Press on the last 
leaf. Four other copies of this size are known, unbound, un- 
trimmed, unopened, at least one-half inch taller, and one-fourth 
inch wider, than the regular issue, measuring approximately 9 by 
6 inches, and laid in the red and blue cover. 
These sketches were printed in 'The Pioneer and The Pioneer Mail^ 
December 14, 1887, to February 2.9, 1888. A few selections are 
found also in The Week's News^ quoted from The Pioneer. These 
are: 
A Rough Ride. (A part of Chapter vi.) 

The Week's News^ No. i. January 7, 1888. 
Eccentricities of a She-Elephant. (A part of Chapter x.) 

The Week's News, No. 3. January 21. 
Bagman and the Loafers. (A part of Chapter xii.) 

The Week's NewSy No. 4. January 28. 
Poverty in India. (Chapter xix.) 

The Week's News, No. 9. March 3. 

Contents 

I. Of the Beginning of Things — Of the Taj and the Globe-Trotter 

— The Young Man from Manchester and certain Moral 
Reflections. 

II. Shows the Charm of Rajputana and of Jeypore, the City of the 
Globe-Trotter — Of its Founder and its Embellishment — 
Explains the use and destiny of the Stud-Bred, and fails to 
explain any more important matters. 

III. Does not in any sort describe the Dead City of Amber, but 

gives detailed information of a Cotton Press. 

IV. The Temple of Mahadeo and the Manners of such as see India 

— The Man by the Water-Troughs and his Knowledge — The 



I02 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1891 

Voice of the City and what it said — Personalities and the 
Hospital — The House Beautiful of Jeypore and its Builders. 

V. Of the Sordidness of the Supreme Government on the Rev- 
enue Side; and of the Palace of Jeypore — A great King's 
Pleasure-House, and the Work of the Servants of State. 

VI. Showing how Her Majesty's Mails went to Udaipur and fell out 
by the Way. 

VII. Touching the Children of the Sun and their City, and the Hat- 
marked Caste and their Merits, and a Good Man's Works in 
the Wilderness. 

VIII. Divers Passages of Speech and Action whence the Nature, 
Arts and Disposition of the King and his Subjects may be 
observed. 

IX. Of the Pig-drive which was a Panther-killing, and of the De- 
parture to Chitor. 

X. A little of the History of Chitor, and the Malpractices of a 
She-elephant. 

XI. Proves conclusively the Existence of the Dark Tower visited 
by Childe Rolande, and the " Bogey" who frightens Children. 

XII. Contains the History of the Bhumia of Jharwasa, and the 
Record of a Visit to the House of Strange Stories — Demon- 
strates the Felicity of Loaferdom, which is the veritable Com- 
panionship of the Indian Empire, and proposes a Scheme for 
the better Officering of the two Departments. 

XIII. A King's House and Country — Further Consideration of the 

Hat-marked Caste. 

XIV. Among the Houyhnhnms. 

XV. Treats of the Startling Effects of a reduction in Wages and the 

Pleasures of Loaferdom — Paints the State of the Boondi 
Road and the Treachery of Ganesh of Situr. 

XVI. The Comedy of Errors and the Exploitation of Boondi — The 

Castaway of the Dispensary and the Children of the Schools 
— A Consideration of the Shields of Rajasthan and other 
trifles. 

XVII. Shows that there may be Poetry in a Bank, and attempts to 
show the Wonders of the Palace of Boondi. 



i89i] LETTERS OF MARQUE 103 

XVIII. Of the Uncivilized Night and the Departure of Things Civil- 
ized — Showing how a Friend may keep an Appointment 
too well. 
XIX. Comes back to the Railway, after Reflections on the Manage- 
ment of the Empire: and so Home again, with apology to all 
who have read thus far. 



IS 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Letters of Marque By Rudyard Kipling Vol. I. 
London Sampson Low, Marston & Company Lim- 
ited St. Dunstan's House Fetter Lane, Fleet Street, 
E. C. 1 891 (All rights reserved.) 

Octavo. Issued in greenish-gray paper wrappers. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 9-96. — Advertisements of the Indian 
Railway Library with verso blank, i leaf; fore-title with 
imprint "Aberdeen University Press" on verso, title with 
verso blank, contents (11 chapters) with verso blank, 3 
leaves; text, pp. 9-94. Leaf at end with imprint on recto, 
and the same advertisements on verso as on the front leaf. 

The English edition of Letters of Marque, in two parts, at a shilling 
each, was to follow The City of Dreadful Night. 

At the time that the three books, The City of Dreadful Night, The 
Smith Administration, and Letters of Marque, were suppressed, 
it was discovered that the whole edition of Part i, which con- 
sisted of 15,000 copies, was ready at the printers. The entire 
edition was destroyed, except three copies which were bound up 
for reference purposes. Part i contained eleven chapters; Part 11 
was to contain the remaining eight. 

Letters of Marque was not reprinted with the author's permission 
until 1899, when it was included in From Sea to Sea. 

It was published by R. F. Fenno Co., and by Caldwell & Co., New 
York, with five illustrations by C. D. Farrand, 1899. 



HIS PRIVATE HONOUR 



BY 

RUDYARD KIPLING 



MACMILLAN AND CO. 

AND NEW YORK 

1891 

AUrigkU re9erved 



1891] AMERICAN NOTES 105 

The two books, The City of Dreadful Night and Letters of Marque, 
were brought together in one volume, with the title Out of India, 
by G. W. Dillingham, New York, 1895. 

76 

HIS PRIVATE HONOUR 

His Private Honour By Rudyard Kipling London 
Macmillan and Co. and New York 1891 All rights 

reserved 

See reproduction of title-page. 
Octavo. 

Collation: pp. 28. 

The story appeared in Macmillan s Magazine^ October, and 'The 
Eclectic Magazine^ December, 1891. It was included in Many In- 
ventions, 1893. 

77 

AMERICAN NOTES 

American Series. American Notes. By Rudyard 

Kipling, Author of '* Soldiers Three/' "Plain Tales 

from the Hills," "The Story of the Gadsbys," "The 

Phantom 'Rickshaw/' "The Courting of Dinah 

Shadd/' etc., etc. and The Bottle Imp. By Robert 

Louis Stevenson. New York: M. J. Ivers & Co., 

Publishers, 86 Nassau Street. [1891] 

See reproduction of title-page. 

Octavo. Issued in paper wrappers. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 5-160. — Fore-title and title, 2 leaves; 
"American Notes/' pp. 5-1 16; "The Bottle Imp," by 
Robert Louis Stevenson, pp. 1 17-160. 



io6 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1891 

This is the first appearance in book form of a number of selections 
from the letters written to '^he Pioneer by Kipling while on his 
first trip to America. The selections include many passages sup- 
pressed in From Sea to Sea, 1899, and one entire letter giving his 
opinion of the city of Buffalo. 

The first edition has the publisher's address, 86 Nassau Street, on 
the title-page, and Colgate's advertisements on the back cover. 
Shortly after printing the first issue, Ivers & Co. removed to 379 
Pearl Street, and this address appears on the title-page of the 
second issue. 

The publisher states that when the covers were printed Colgate fur- 
nished four different electros for their advertisement. The four 
were put on the press at the same time and were all printed on the 
same sheet, which was afterwards cut up. Thus there are four 
varieties of the cover, dated February 14, 1891, used for the two 
issues. 

Copies of the American Series were sent out to newsdealers, who had 
the privilege of returning those unsold. The covers of such copies 
were often soiled or torn, and the books were re-covered by the 
publisher. Copies are found with the correct address and date on 
the title, but with a cover, used on both issues, printed in red 
with a vignette in blue. 

Hurst Co., Munro, and Ivers & Co. evidently used the same plates. 



American Notes was printed in the Detroit Free Press, London, Janu- 


ary to March, 1891, as follows: 


January 


3- 


San Francisco. 




10. 


The Bunco Steerer. 




17- 


Politics and Girls. 




24. 


The American Negro. 




.-^i. 


Great Fishing. 


February 7. 


Fresh Yarns. 




14. 


The Awful Yellowstone. 




21. 


Pretty Miss America. 




28. 


Uncle Sam's Army. 


March 


7- 


Mormons. 




14. 


Horrible Chicago. 




21. 


Red Slaughter. 




28. 


Food and War. 



i 



AMERICAN SERIES. 



AMERICAN NOTES 



BT 



RUDYARD KIPLING, 

Author op "Soldiers Three," "Plain Tales from the Hills,' 

"The Story of the Gadsbys," "The Phantom 'Rickshaw," 

"The Coubtino of Dinah Shadd," etc., etc. 



AND 

THE BOTTLE IMP. 

BY 

EGBERT LOUIS STEVENSON. 



NEW YORK: 
M. J. IVERS & CO., PUBLISHERS, 

86 NASSAU STEIEET. 



lo8 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1891 

Brown & Co., Boston, issued an edition of American Notes, with an 
introduction signed "G.P.T." and copyrighted 1899. Only the 
introduction could be copyrighted. The text follows that of the 
Ivers edition. 

An edition was issued by The Lovell Co., 1899. This follows the 
text as printed in From Sea to Sea, pubHshed by Doubleday & 
McClure Co., 1899. 

78 

MINE OWN PEOPLE 

Mine Own People By Rudyard Kipling Author of 
"Plain Tales from the Hills," "Soldiers Three," 
"The Phantom ^Rickshaw," "The Light That 
Failed," Etc. With A Critical Introduction by 
Henry James Authorized Edition New York United 
States Book Company Successors to John W. Lovell 
Company 150 Worth St., Cor. Mission Place [1891] 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, top edges gilt. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. vii-xxvi, 9-268. — Fore-title, title 
with ** Copyright, 1 891 , by United States Book Company " 
on verso, facsimile of letter written by Kipling, 3 leaves; 
introduction by Henry James, pp. vii-xxvi; fly-title and 
text, pp. 9-268; frontispiece, portrait of Kipling. 

Evidently an index was intended to follow the introduction, and this 
does appear in later editions issued by Lovell, Coryell & Co. 

Kipling's letter states that the stories in the Courting of Dinah 
Shadd volume had been printed by Harper & Brothers without 
his authority and under a name not of his choosing. In self- 
defence he included these tales in this volume, which had his 
authority. 

Contents 

The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney. 
The Courting of Dinah Shadd. 



i89i] MINE OWN PEOPLE 109 

The Man Who Was. 

The Conference of the Powers. 

On Greenhow Hill. 

Without Benefit of Clergy. 

The above six stories appeared in The Courting of Dinah Shadd, 

1890. 

Bimi. 

Reprinted in Life's Handicap with the title "Bertran and 

Bimi." 
Namgay Doola. 
The Recrudescence of Imray. 

Reprinted in Life's Handicap, with the title "The Return of 

Imray." As reprinted, it has an 8-line heading from "The 

Baron," collected in Songs from Books. 
Moti-Guj — Mutineer. 
The Mutiny of the Mavericks. 

Reprinted in Life's Handicap, with a heading in prose. 
At the End of the Passage. 

Lippincoti's Magazine, August, 1890. Reprinted in Life's 

Handicap with a 12-line heading, signed "Himalayan." 

The same plates were used for the Lovell International Series, No. 
153, and by Munro for several series of paper-covered volumes. 

The plates were used later by Lovell, Coryell & Co., whose imprint 
appears on the undated title-page. This volume in appearance 
is like that issued by the United States Book Co., but it con- 
tains the index, which is lacking in the earlier issue, and does not 
have the portrait. 

A. L. Burt, New York, published a volume, undated, of Kipling's 
stories, with the title Mine Own People, which contains the six 
stories from The Courting of Dinah Shadd, three from Mine Own 
People, and four from Under the Deodars. 

Munro published in the Library of Popular Novels, May, 1896, a 
volume in paper wrappers with the title Mine Own People. It 
contains the introduction by Henry James, and seven stories: 
Bimi. 

Namgay Doola. 
The Recrudescence of Imray. 
Moti-Guj — Mutineer. 



no KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1891 

The Mutiny of the Mavericks. 

At the End of the Passage. 

The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney. 

Hurst Co. issued in July, 1899, the same selection, with the intro- 
duction by Henry James. 

Mine Own People and In Black and White were issued in one volume 
by John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, 1899. It contains the intro- 
duction by Henry James, and six stories from Mine Own People 
which were not published in the Courting of Dinah Shadd vol- 
ume published by Harper & Brothers. 

Caldwell & Co. have an edition dated 1899, with the title Mine 
Own People, which contains nine stories from Mine Own People 
and two from Life's Handicap. It also contains the introduction 
by Henry James, a portrait of Kipling, and two illustrations. 
This same collection was also issued by the Nottingham Society, 
by P. F. Collier & Son, in the Sahib edition, and by others, 1909. 

"The Recrudescence of Imray" was issued separately by Henry 
Altemus, 1899. It was adapted for the stage in 1914 by Roland 
Pertwee, and was given in London. 

LIFE'S HANDICAP 
79 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Life's Handicap Being Stories of Mine Own People 
By Rudyard Kipling [native proverb] London 
Macmillan and Co. and New York 1891 All 
rights reserved 

Octavo. Issued in red or blue cloth. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 352, 4 leaves. — Fore-title with pub- 
lisher's device on verso, title with copyright notice and 
imprint "Robert Drummond, Electrotyper and Printer, 
New York " on verso, dedication, preface, and contents, 8 
leaves; text, pp. 1-352. Advertisements, ** Macmillan & 
Co., 112 Fourth Avenue, New York," 4 leaves. 



1 891] LIFE'S HANDICAP ill 

Contents 

The Lang Men o' Larut. 

T^he Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 29; ** Turnovers," vol. vi, 

1889. 
Reingelder and the German Flag. 

'J'he Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 16; "Turnovers," vol. vi, 

1889. 
The Wandering Jew. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 4; "Turnovers," vol. vi, 

1889. 
Through the Fire. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 28, 1888. 
The Finances of the Gods. 
The Amir's Homily. 
The Jews in Shushan. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, October 4, 1887. 
The Limitations of Pambe Serang. 

The St. James's Gazette, December 7, 1889. 
Little Tobrah. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, July 17; "Turnovers," vol. in, 

1888. 
Bubbling Well Road. 

The Civile Military Gazette, January 18; "Turnovers," vol. i, 

1888. 
"The City of Dreadful Night." 

The Civil i^ Military Gazette, September 10, 1885; The United 

Services College Chronicle, No. xxxi, March 7, 1887. 
Georgie Porgie. 

The Week's News, March 3, 1888. 
Naboth. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, August 26, 1886. 
The Dream of Duncan Parrenness. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, December 25, 1884. 
The above fourteen stories, which were not printed in America be- 
fore, have at the foot of the first page of text " Copyrighted 1891 
by Macmillan & Co." These were entered separately for copy- 
right July 25, 1 891, Nos. 26691-26704. If they were printed 
separately, the copies deposited are lost, and no description can 
be given. 



112 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1891 

The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney. (With 8-line heading.) 
The Courting of Dinah Shadd. (With 8-line heading.) 
On Greenhow Hill. (With lo-line heading.) 
The Man Who Was. (With 8-line heading.) 
Without Benefit of Clergy. (With 7-line heading.) 
The above five stories were collected, without the headings, in 
The Courting of Dinah Shadd, 1890. 

At the End of the Passage. (With 12-line heading.) 
The Return of Imray. (With 8-line heading.) 
Namgay Doola. (With 4-line heading.) 
Bertran and Bimi. 
Moti-Guj — Mutineer. 
The above five stories were included in Mine Own People, 1891. 

The Head of the District. 

Macmillans Magazine^ January, 1890. The 12-line heading 
is reprinted in Songs from Books as a chapter heading from 
"The Lost Legion" in Many Inventions. 

The Mark of the Beast. 

'The Pioneery July 12 and 14; 'The Pioneer Mail, July 16; 
Lloyd's News and The New York Journal^ 1890. 

The Mutiny of the Mavericks. 

L'Envoi. 

The National Observer , December 6, 1890, with the title 
"Twilight in the Abbey (The Prayer of the Mark Master 
Mason)." Reprinted in Songs from Books with the title 
"My New-Cut Ashlar." 



80 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Life's Handicap Being Stories of Mine Own People 
By Rudyard Kipling [native proverbl London 
Macmillan and Co. and New York 1891 All 
rights reserved 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, untrimmed. 



1 891] BEAST AND MAN IN INDIA 1 13 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 352. — Fore-title with imprint on 
verso, title with imprint ** Printed by R. & R. Clark, Edin- 
burgh" on verso, dedication, preface, and contents, 8 
leaves; text, pp. 1-352. Advertisements, dated May, 1891, 
28 leaves at end, not a part of the book. 



81 

BEAST AND MAN IN INDIA 

Beast And Man In India A Popular Sketch of 
Indian Animals In Their Relation With The People 
By John Lockwood Kipling, CLE. With Illustra- 
tions London Macmillan and Co. and New York 
1 89 1 All rights reserved 

Large octavo. Issued in red cloth. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 401, i leaf. — Fore-title with pub- 
lisher's device on verso, title with quotation on verso, ded- 
ication "To The Other Three" with a woodcut beneath, 
contents, and list of illustrations, 6 leaves; text, pp. 1-401. 
Advertisements, i leaf, a part of the book. Advertise- 
ments, 28 leaves at end. 

Chapter headings, poems, and letters by Rudyard Kipling 

III. Of Monkeys. 

Stanza 6 from "Divided Destinies," Departmental Ditties. 

IV. Of Asses. 

Reprinted in Barrack-Room Ballads, "The Legend of 
Evil," Part 11. 
V. Of Goats and Sheep. 

Reprinted in Songs from Books; Inclusive Verse. 
VI. At Sunset. 

Reprinted in Songs from Books; Inclusive Verse. 
VII. Of Buffaloes and Pigs. 

Reprinted in Songs from Books; Inclusive Verse. 



114 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1891 

VIII. Letters reprinted from The Pioneer. 

IX. Of Elephants. 

Reprinted in Songs from Books; Inclusive Verse. 
X. Of Camels. 

From "The Ballad of the King's Jest," Macmillan s Maga- 
zine^ February, 1890; reprinted in Barrack-Room Ballads, 
London, 1892. 

X. Oonts! 

'The Scots Observer^ March 22, 1890; reprinted in Depart- 
mental Ditties, Barrack-Room Ballads, and Other Verses, 
New York, 1890, and Barrack-Room Ballads, London, 
1892. 
XIII. Of Animal Calls. 

Reprinted in Songs from Books; Inclusive Verse. 
XV. Of Reptiles. 

Echoes, 1884, with the title "Anglo-Indian Rhymes." 
XVII. Letter reprinted from The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ May 13 

and 14, 1886. 
XVIII. Of Animals and the Supernatural. 

"The Seven Nights of Creation," The Calcutta Review^ 
April, 1886. Part was printed in Schoolboy Lyrics, 1881, 
and in Early Verse, 1900. The last part was used as the 
heading here. 

82 

LYRA HEROICA 

Lyra Heroica A Book of Verse for Boys Selected 
and Arranged by William Ernest Henley [quota- 
tion] London Published by David Nutt in the 
Strand 1892 

Octavo. Issued in black cloth, lettered and ornamented in 
gold, untrimmed, top edges gilt. 

Collation: 11 leaves, pp. 2^2>' — List of Works by W. E. 
Henley, i leaf; fore-title, title, dedication, preface, con- 
tents, quotation, and fly-title, 10 leaves; text, pp. 1-337; 



1892] THE NAULAHKA 115 

notes, index of first lines, pp. 339-362; publisher's device, 
p. 363. Advertisements at end, not a part of the book. 

Although dated 1892, the book was published in 1891, and reviewed 

in November. There is a large-paper edition, 100 copies. 
The two poems by Kipling which are included were reprinted in Bar- 
rack-Room Ballads and Other Verses, 1892: 
A Ballad of East and West. 

Macmillan s Magaziney December, 1890. 
The Flag of England. 

^he National Observer ^ April 4, 1891. 



83 

A MATTER OF FACT 

A Matter of Fact [1892] 

A pamphlet was published separately by D. Appleton & Co., 1892, 

for copyright purposes. 
The story was reprinted in Many Inventions, 1893. 

THE NAULAHKA 

84 

CHAPTER HEADINGS 

Rhymed Chapter Headings for Naulahka By Rud- 
yard Kipling and Wolcott Balestier New York 
Macmillan and Co. and London 1892 All rights 

reserved 

See reproduction of title-page. 

Octavo. Issued in pale-green paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered from the types of the title-page, trimmed. 



RHYMED CHAPTER HEADINGS 



FOR 



NAULAHKA 



BY 

EUDYARD KIPLING 

AND 

WOLCOTT BALESTIER 



MACMILLAN AND CO. 

AND LONDON 
1892 

All right a reserved 



1892] THE NAULAHKA 117 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with ''Copyright, 1891, By Rud- 
yard Kipling and Wolcott Balestier. New Edition, with 
Rhymed Chapter Headings. Copyright, 1892, Macmillan 
and Co. Printed by J. S. Cushing & Co., Boston, U. S. A." 
on verso, i leaf; text, pp. 3-12. 

The head-line on versos of the leaves is ** Rhymed Chapter 
Headings"; on rectos, except the first page of text, it is 
"ForNaulahka." 

The pamphlet was prepared for copyright purposes. 

85 

FIRST EDITION 

The Naulahka: A Story of West and East By Rud- 
yard Kipling And Wolcott Balestier London Wil- 
liam Heinemann mdcccxcii Bedford Street, W. C. 

Octavo. Issued in salmon-colored cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 276, 4 leaves. — Fore-title with list of 
books on verso, title with copyright notice on verso, 2 
leaves; text, pp. 1-276. Advertisements, 4 leaves. 

The story first appeared in l^he Century Magazine^ November, 1891, 
to July, 1 892, without chapter headings. These were added when 
the story was reprinted in book form. 



86 



SECOND EDITION 

The Naulahka A Story of West and East Rudyard 
Kipling and Wolcott Balestier New York Mac- 
millan and Co. and London 1892 All rights re- 
served 



Il8 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1892 

Octavo. Issued in blue or red cloth, and later in slate-colored 
cloth with gold ornaments. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 379, 6 leaves. — Fore-title, title with 
*'A new edition with Rhymed Chapter Headings. Copy- 
righted by Macmillan and Co. in U. S. June 11, 1892" and 
imprints on verso, contents, 3 leaves; text, pp. 1-379. 
Advertisements, 6 leaves. 

With the exception of one passage omitted in Chapter xx, nearly 
half of page 23^j the text is the same as in the Heinemann edition. 

The heading to Chapteriii is from "Certain Maxims of Hafiz"; that 
to Chapter xvi is from "The Ballad of the King's Jest." 

The headings to Chapters i, v to ix, xii to xiv, and xix were re- 
printed in Songs from Books under " Chapter Headings," the 
heading to Chapter xix appearing only in the English edition. 

The heading to Chapter x, "Song of the Women," is a part of "For 
the Women" reprinted entire in Early Verse, 1899. 

The headings to Chapter xvii, a part of "The Sack of the Gods," 
Chapter xviii, "King Anthony," a part of "The Kingdom," 
Chapter xx, "The Queen's Song" with the title "The Nursing 
Sister," and Chapter xxi, with the title "My Lady's Law," are 
reprinted in Songs from Books. 

Kipling evidently wrote a libretto from the story. The headings to 
Chapters v, vi, viii, and xx are from "Libretto of Naulahka." 
The headings to Chapter ix, "In Shadow-Land," Chapter xiv, 
"Crystals of Iswara," Chapter xix, "Song," and Chapter xxi, 
"My Lady's Law," refer also to the libretto. "The Juggler's 
Song," printed in Songs from Books as from The Naulahka, was 
not printed in the story. 

FAME^S TRIBUTE TO CHILDREN 

Fame's Tribute to Children Being a Collection of 
Autograph Sentiments Contributed by Famous 
Men and Women for this Volume. Done in Fac- 
simile and Published for the Benefit of the Chil- 



1892] YEAR-BOKE OF ODD VOLUMES 119 

dren*s Home, of the World's Columbian Exhibition 

[vignette] Chicago A. C. McClurg and Company 

1892 

Quarto. Issued in white cloth. 

Collation: 5 leaves, pp. 11-149. — Fore-title, title with copy- 
right notice on verso, explanatory note, and contents, 5 
leaves; text, facsimiles of 61 manuscripts, signed by well- 
known men and women, pp. 11-149. Printed on one side 
of the leaf only. 

Kipling's poem, "Old Johnny Grundy," has not been printed else- 
where. 

A second edition was published the following year, 1893. Part i, 
published in 1892, contains fifty-eight facsimiles only; those of 
Lady Meath, Hannah Whitall Smith, and Joseph Kirkland were 
omitted. Part 11 contains eighty-four new facsimiles. 

88 

YEAR-BOKE OF THE SETTE OF ODD VOLUMES 

The Year-Boke of the Odd Volumes: An Annual 
Record of the Transactions of the Sette. Thirteenth 
Year — 1890-1891. Compiled mainly from the 
Minute Book of the Sette, and Imprynted for 
private circulation only, [device] Imprynted for 
The Sette of Odd Volumes At the Chiswick Press, 
20 & 21, Tooks Court, Chancery Lane, London. 

MDCCCXCII. 

Small octavo. Issued in buff boards, untrimmed, lettered and 
ornamented in white. 

Collation: 5 leaves, pp. 11-131. — Fore-title, title printed in 
red and black with quotation and four lines of text on verso, 



I20 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1892 

list of officers of the Sette, table of contents, list of illus- 
trations, 5 leaves; text, pp. 11-129; device, p. 131. Eleven 
plates, printed on different paper and inserted, and many 
ornaments. A letter from Kipling regretting his inability 
to be present at the meeting, pp. 50, 51. 

One hundred and thirty-three copies were printed. 

89 

MY LORD THE ELEPHANT 

Two Tales My Lord the Elephant Rudyard Kip- 
ling Duke's Christmas Ruth McEnery Stuart 
Published Every Saturday by the Two Tales Pub- 
lishing Company 6 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 
Price Ten Cents, Four Dollars a Year Vol. IV 
December 24, 1892 Number 42. 

Octavo. Issued in white paper wrappers, untrimmed. 

Collation. — Title on the front cover; text, pp. 55-80. "My 
Lord the Elephant," pp. 55-69. 

Kipling's story was printed also in Macmillan s Magazine^ January, 
and collected in Many Inventions, 1893. 

Charles E. Brown & Co., Boston, who published the Two Tales 
Series, reprinted the story in La Creme^ March 31, 1899. This 
was issued in crimson paper wrappers, with "Recessional" on 
verso of the front cover, "The Vampire" on recto of the back 
cover. The text, pp. 31, is printed within red border lines, with 
initial letter in red. 



1892] BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS 121 

BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS 
90 

FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 

Barrack-Room Ballads And Other Verses By Rud- 
yard Kipling [vignette] Methuen and Co. 18 Bury 
Street, W. C. London 1892 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. ix-xix, 208. — Blank leaf, fore-title, 
title printed in black and red with imprint on verso, pref- 
ace, 4 leaves; dedication to Wolcott Balestier, contents, 
pp. ix-xix; fly-title with "To T.A." on verso, and text, 
pp. 1-208. Advertisements, 8 leaves at end, not a part of 
the book. 

Two hundred and twenty-five copies were printed on large paper, 
30 on Japan paper. 

The preface states that the greater part of the Barrack-Room Ballads 
and six other poems appeared in The National Observer. Three 
of the six mentioned, "Evarra," "The Explanation," and "The 
Conundrum," were printed in The Scots Observer. These three 
poems are not mentioned in the preface of the American editions 
published by Macmillan & Co., 1892, 1893, and later editions. 

The dedication to Wolcott Balestier appeared in The National Ob- 
server, December 27, 1 890, with the title "The Blind Bug," a satire 
on an exhibition of pictures. The poem was very much changed, 
however, and new stanzas were substituted for the last three. 

91 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads By Rudyard 
Kipling Author of "Plain Tales from the Hills," 



122 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1892 

"The Naulahka/' etc. New York Macmillan and 
Co. and London 1892 All rights reserved. 

Octavo. Issued in red or blue cloth, untrimmed, top edges 
gilt. 

Collation: 9 leaves, pp. 207, 4 leaves. — Blank leaf, fore-title, 
title with copyright notice and imprint "Typography by 
J. S. Gushing & Co., Boston, U. S. A. Presswork by Ber- 
wick & Smith, Boston, U. S. A." on verso, dedication to 
Wolcott Balestier, preface, contents, 9 leaves; fly-title and 
text, pp. 1-207. Advertisements, 4 leaves. 

The American edition contains the same poems as the English edi- 
tion, but differently arranged, the Ballads first, as the title indi- 
cates. 

Contents 

Dedication to Wolcott Balestier. 

To T.A. 

Danny Deever. 

Tommy. 

"Fuzzy-Wuzzy." 

Soldier, Soldier. 

Screw-Guns. 

Gunga Din. • 

Oonts! 

Printed also in Beast and Man in India, 1891. 

Loot. 

The Widow at Windsor. 

Belts. 

The Young British Soldier. 

Mandalay. 

Troopin'. 

The Explanation. 

The Gift of the Sea. 

Evarra and his Gods. 

The Conundrum of the Workshops. 
The above poems, except the first two, had been included in De- 
partmental Ditties, Barrack-Room Ballads, etc., United States 

Book Co., 1890. 



1892] BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS 123 

Cells. 
"Snarleyow." 

The National Observer^ November 29, 1890. 
The Widow's Party. 
Ford o' Kabul River. 

The National Observer^ November 22, 1890. 
Gentlemen-Ran kers . 
Route-Marchin'. 
Shillin' a Day. 
The Ballad of East and West. 

Macmillans MagazineyDecemher; The Pioneer, December 21, 

1889. 
The Last Suttee. 

Macmillans Magazine, January; The Pioneer, January 11, 

1890. 
The Ballad of the King's Mercy. 

Macmillan s Magazine, November; The Pioneer, November 

15, 1889. 
The Ballad of the King's Jest. 

Macmillan s Magazine, February; The Pioneer, February 24, 

1890. 
With Scindia to Delhi. 
The Ballad of Boh Da Thone. 

The Week's News, No. xxxiv, August 25, 1888. 
The Lament of the Border Cattle Thief. 

The Week's News, No. iii, January 21, 1888, with the title 

"The Border Cattle Thief." 
The Rhyme of the Three Captains. 

The Athenaum, December 6; separately by D. Appleton & 

Co., 1890 (no copy can be located). 
The Ballad of the "Clampherdown." 

The St. James's Gazette, March 25, 1890. 
The Ballad of the "Bolivar." 

The St. James's Gazette, January 29, 1 892. 
The Sacrifice of Er-Heb. 
The Legend of Evil. 

Part II was used as a heading to Chapter iv, Beast and Man 

in India, 1891. 



124 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1892 

The English Flag. 

"The National Observer ^ April 4; T^he St. James's Gazette^ April 

10, 1891. 
"Cleared." 

T^he Scots Observer, March 8, 1890. 
An Imperial Rescript. 

^he St. James's Gazette, February 10, 1890. 
Tomlinson. 

'The National Observer, January 23, 1892. 
L'Envoi, "There's a whisper down the field." 

Cape Illustrated Magazine, November, 1891, with the title 

"The Long Trail " (five stanzas). 

"The Ballad of East and West" and "The English Flag" were 
included in Lyra Heroica, edited by W. E. Henley, 1891. 

A facsimile of the manuscript of "The English Flag" was printed in 
The Morning Post, March i, 1899. 



The first Indian edition, published by Thacker & Co., 1892, is iden- 
tical with the first Methuen edition. 

In 1895, Methuen & Co. issued the sheets of the regular edition in 
the Colonial Library, "for circulation in India and the colonies." 
This is in red paper wrappers, lettered in black. 

92 

ENGLISH PIRATED EDITIONS 

Barrack-Room Ballads, By Rudyard Kipling Pop- 
ular Edition. [1904] 
Octavo. 

Collation: 8 leaves. — Title, within decorative border, on the 
front cover; text, beginning on verso of title, pp. 2-16. 

Barrack-Room Ballads, By Rudyard Kipling Pop- 
ular Edition. Price One Penny. [1904] 
Octavo. 



1904] BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS 125 

Collation : 1 6 leaves. — Title, without the border, on the front 
cover, verso blank; text, pp. 3-31; p. 32 is blank. 

These two issues appeared in England in 1904, and were immedi- 
ately suppressed. Each is printed on a single sheet of paper, 
simply folded, unsewn, untrimmed, unopened. While they con- 
tain the same poems, each omits part of the ballad "Snarleyow," 
different type is used, and the i6-leaf issue is more generously 
spaced. 

Contents 
Danny Deever. 
Tommy. 

**Fuzzy-Wuzzy." 
Soldier, Soldier. 
Cells. 

Gunga Din. 
Oonts! 
Loot. 

"Snarleyow." 
The Widow at Windsor. 
Belts. 

The Young British Soldier. 
Mandalay. 
Troopin'. 
Screw-Guns. 
The Widow's Party. 
The Ford o' Kabul River. 
Gentlemen-Rankers. 
Route-Marchin'. 
Shillin' a Day. 

"Danny Deever" and ** Gunga Din" were printed separately by 
F. M. Buckles, Alex. Grosser, and Barse & Hopkins, New York. 

"Mandalay" was printed separately by Mansfield & Wessels and 
F. M. Buckles, and by Doxey, San Francisco. 

"Tommy," "Belts," and " Fuzzy- Wuzzy " were printed separately 
by F. M. Buckles and Alex. Grosset. 

"The Ballad of East and West" was printed separately by Mans- 
field & Wessels and Alex. Grosset, and by John Green & Sons, 
Manchester, England, in Green's Scholastic Series of Poetry 
Cards. 



126 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1893 

"The Rhyme of the Three Captains" and "The Explanation" were 
printed separately by the Caxton Club, Pittsfield, Massachusetts. 

"Cleared" was printed separately from the types of The Scots Ob- 
server^ 1890. 

"L'Envoi" was printed separately by 'The Yachting Monthly^ 1918, 
in "The Work of the Royal Naval Reserve." 



93 

BALLADS AND BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS 

1893 

Ballads And Barrack-Room Ballads By Rudyard 
Kipling Author of "Plain Tales from the Hills/' 
*^The Naulahka," etc., New Edition, With Ad- 
ditional Poems New York Macmillan and Co. and 
London 1893 All rights reserved 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, with a horse and man in gold on 
the front cover, as in the edition of 1892, untrimmed; also 
issued with a gold border at the top of the front cover, 
uniform with the regular Macmillan edition. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 218, i leaf. — Fore-title, title with 
copyright notices and imprint **J. S. Cushing & Co. — 
Berwick & Smith Press Work" on verso, dedication to 
Wolcott Balestier, preface, contents, 8 leaves; fly-title and 
text, pp. 1-217; p. 218 is blank. Macmillan's advertise- 
ments, I leaf, a part of the last signature. 

The "additional poems" are four not published in the editions of 
1892: 
The Lost Legion. 

The Sun (New York), May 8; The National Observer, May 13, 

1893, with the title "A Banjo Song." 
The Dove of Dacca. 

The National Observer, February 4, 1893. 



I900] OUR "BOBS" 127 

An Answer. 

T^he Century Magazine^ November, 1892. 

In the Neolithic Age. 

The Idler, December; 'I'he Civil ^ Military Gazette, Decem- 
ber 31, 1892, with the title "Primum Tempus." 

"The Dove of Dacca" was not reprinted in England until 1912; 
"The Lost Legion," "An Answer," and "In the Neolithic Age" 
were included in The Seven Seas, English edition, 1896, but not 
in the American edition. 



94 

"BOBS" 

"Bobs" [1893] 

A pirated leaflet or broadside. Immediately suppressed. 

The poem appeared in the Pall Mall Magazine, December, 1893. 

It was reprinted in The Cornhill Booklet, and separately, Boston, 

1900. 
The poem was reprinted with " The Absent-Minded Beggar" and 

"Recessional" in San Francisco, and in Glen Falls, New York, 

1900. It was also printed with "Recessional" by Godfrey A. S. 

Wiener, New York, 1900. 
It was not collected by Kipling until the Bombay edition, 1914. 



95 

OUR "BOBS" 

Our ** Bobs'' By Rudyard Kipling Boston, nine- 
teen hundred 

Square octavo. Issued in tan paper wrappers, untrimmed, the 
front cover printed in red and black. 



128 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1900 

Collation: 8 leaves. — Title within border lines with verso 
blank, foreword, fly-title, 3 leaves; text printed in brown, 
on one side only, with ornamental initial letter for each 
stanza, 4 leaves; blank leaf. 



LETTERS ADDRESSED TO A. P. WATT 

96 

Letters Addressed to A. P. Watt London A. P. 

Watt & Son: Hastings House Norfolk St.: Strand 

1893 

Small duodecimo. Issued in paper wrappers, untrimmed. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 108. — Fore-title, title with imprint 
on verso, quotation, foreword, and contents, 8 leaves; 
text, pp. 1-108. 

Many editions of this little book were issued. Those of 1893 and 
1894 contain two letters by Kipling, dated March 5, 1890, and 
September 13, 1892; those of 1897, 1898, and 1899 contain these 
same letters, and extracts from The London Letter to 'The Book- 
man, "The Literary Agent"; those of 1905 and 1909 contain an 
additional letter by Kipling, dated January 15, 1900. 

97 

Letters Addressed to A. P. Watt and His Sons 
1883-1924 London A. P. Watt & Son 1924 

Small octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, untrimmed, 
lettered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: pp. xxiv, 220. — Fore-title, title with imprint 
on verso, extract from the Autobiography of Sir Walter 



1893] THE LIBRARY OF EDMUND GOSSE 129 

Besant, foreword, contents, pp. i-xxiii; text, pp. 1-218; 
blank leaf. 

This edition contains four letters by Kipling, one dated June 18, 
1921. 

98 

STEVE BROWN'S BUNYIP 

Steve Brown's Bunyip and Other Stones by John 
Arthur Barry ("L.L.") with Introductory Verses 
by Rudyard Kipling Remington & Co., Limited 
15 King Street, Covent Garden, London; and 
Sydney. 1893. All Rights Reserved 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, the front cover lettered and or- 
namented in gold and black. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 297, 3 leaves. — Fore-title, title, au- 
thor's note, contents, fly-title to introduction, 5 leaves; 
verses by Kipling, 2 leaves; fly-title, i leaf; text, pp. 1-297. 
Advertisements, 3 leaves, a part of the last signature. 

Kipling's verses were reprinted with the title "The Sea-Wife" in 
The Seven Seas, 1896. 

99 

THE LIBRARY OF EDMUND GOSSE 

A Catalogue of a Portion of the Library of Edmund 
Gosse, Hon. M.A. of Trinity College, Cambridge. 
By R. J. Lister. Privately Printed for the Subscribers 
at the Ballantyne Press, London, mdcccxciii. 

Large octavo. Issued in white buckram, tied with brown 
ribbon, untrimmed. 



IJO KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1893 

Collation: i leaf, pp.xxi, 196. — Leaf with "Number of copies 
printed" on verso; fore-title and title, 2 leaves; verses to 
Edmund Gosse by De Tabley and Arthur Christopher 
Benson, preface, list of subscribers, note, pp. v-xxi; text, 
pp. 1-192; verses by Austin Dobson and Arthur Benson, 
and imprint, pp. 193-196. A poem by Kipling, 16 lines, 
pp. 92, 93. 

Sixty-five copies only were printed. 

The poem was to be used as a prologue to a collection of magazine 
articles and poems published by Kipling in English periodicals 
from 1889 to 1 891. It was reprinted in ^he Literary Collector^ 
vol. I, No. I, October, 1900, and in The Library of Edmund 
Gosse compiled by E. H. M. Cox, 1924. 

MANY INVENTIONS 

100 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Many Inventions By Rudyard Kipling [quota- 
tion] London Macmillan and Co. and New York 
1893 All rights reserved. 
Octavo. Issued in blue cloth. 

Collation: i leaf, pp. ix, 366, 3 leaves. — Blank leaf; fore- 
title, title, contents, 3 leaves; '*To the True Romance," 
pp. vii-ix; text, pp. 1-363; "Envoy," pp. 364,365; imprint, 
p. 366. Advertisements, 3 leaves, the first one a part of 
the book. 

lOI 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Many Inventions By Rudyard Kipling [quotation 
and publisher's device] New York D. Appleton and 
Company 1893 



1893] MANY INVENTIONS 131 

Octavo. Issued In red cloth. 

Collation: i leaf, pp. viii, 427, 3 leaves. — Blank leaf; title, 
contents, 2 leaves; **To the True Romance," pp. v-viii; 
text, pp. 1-424; ** Envoy," pp. 425-427. Advertisements, 
2 leaves; blank leaf, to complete the signature. 

There are many differences in the text between the Macmillan and 
Appleton editions. 

Contents 

To the True Romance. 

The Disturber of Traffic. 

The Atlantic Monthly, September, 1 891, without the heading, 
which is a part of "The Prayer of Miriam Cohen" published 
in Songs from Books, 191 2. 

The Conference of the Powers. 

Tl'he Pioneer, May 23 and 24; The Pioneer Mail, May 28 ; Har- 
per s Weekly y May 31; The United Service Magazine, June; 
The Courting of Dinah Shadd, Harper & Brothers, 1890. 

My Lord the Elephant. 

Two Tales, December 24; The Civil ^ Military Gazette, De- 
cember 27 and 28, 1892; Macmillan s Magazine, January, 
1893, without the heading. 

One View of the Question. 

The Fortnightly Review, February, 1890, with the heading 
*'Lo! the Poor Indian," etc. 

"The Finest Story in the World." 

The Contemporary Review, July, 1891. Translated into French 
and published in HEcho de Paris; translated into German 
by Leopold Lindau, illustrated with woodcuts. Issued sepa- 
rately in Paris, 1919. 

His Private Honour. 

Macmillan s Magazine, October; The Eclectic Magazine, De- 
cember, 1 891. Issued separately for copyright purposes. 

A Matter of Fact. 

Issued separately in 1892. The heading, a part of "In the 
Matter of One Compass " published in The Century Magazine^ 
January, 1900, was included in Songs from Books under 
"Chapter Headings." The entire poem was not reprinted 
until in Inclusive Verse, 191 9. 



132 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1893 

The Lost Legion. 

The Strand and T^he Sun (New York), May, 1892. 

In the Rukh. 

The heading is a part of "The Only Son," printed in Songs 
from Books. The story was reprinted in McC lure's Maga- 
ziney June, 1896, with notes by Kipling, and transferred to 
The Jungle Book, Outward Bound edition, the last of the 
" Mowgli" stories. 

"Brugglesmith." 

Harper s Weekly ^ October, 1891. 

"Love o' Women." 

The Record of Badalia Herodsfoot. 

Harpers Weekly^ November 15 and 22; 'Detroit Free Press ^ 
Christmas number; The Courting of Dinah Shadd, Harper 
& Brothers, 1890. 

Judson and the Empire. 

The Children of the Zodiac. 

Harper s Weekly ^ December; Black and White ^ Christmas 
number, 1891, with an ii-line heading, "The Gods in Lon- 
don." In book form the heading is a quotation from Emerson. 

Envoy. 

Reprinted in The Seven Seas, with the title "Anchor Song." 



102 

THE RHYME OF THE THREE SEALERS 

The Rhyme of the Three Sealers by Rudyard 
KipHng New York Macmillan and Co. and Lon- 
don 1893 

See reproduction oj title-page. 

Octavo. Unbound, without wrappers. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with ** Copyright, 1893, by Rud- 
yard Kipling" on verso, i leaf; text, pp. 3-8. 

Issued for copyright purposes. 

The poem was printed in the Pall Mall Budget ^ December 14, 1893, 
and was collected in The Seven Seas, 1896, 



THE RHYME 



OF THE 



THREE SEALERS 



BY 

RUDYARD KIPLING 



Neuj gork 
MACMILLAN AND CO. 

AND LONDON 
«893 



134 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1893 

103 

THE IDLER 

Vol. III. June, 1893. 

The Legs of Sister Ursula. 

This was also printed in McClures Magazine. It has not been col- 
lected. 

THE JUNGLE BOOK 
104 

ENGLISH EDITION 

The Jungle Book By Rudyard Kipling With Illus- 
trations By J. L. Kipling, W. H. Drake, and 

P. Frenzeny London Macmillan and Co. and New 
York 1894 ^ rights reserved 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, gilt edges, lettered and orna- 
mented in gold. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 212. — Blank leaf, fore-title, frontis- 
piece, title, preface, and contents, 6 leaves; text, pp. i- 
212. All the plates except the frontispiece are included 
in the pagination. 

105 

AMERICAN EDITION 

The Jungle Book By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
New York The Century Co. 1894 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, lettered and ornamented in 
gold, gilt top, other edges untrimmed. 



1894] THE JUNGLE BOOK 135 

Collation: 9 leaves, pp. 304. — Fore-title, frontispiece, title 
with copyright notices and imprint on verso, contents, list 
of illustrations, preface, fly-title with ** Night-Song in the 
Jungle" on verso, 9 leaves; text, pp. 1-303; p. 304 is 
blank; blank leaves at end, not a part of the last signa- 
ture. The illustrations are included in the pagination. 

Contents 

Mowgli's Brothers. 

St. Nicholas, January, 1894, without the heading. 

Hunting Song of the Seeonee Pack. 

Kaa's Hunting. 

T'o-dayj March 31 and April 7; McC/ure's Magazine, June, 
1894, without the heading. 

Road-Song of the Bandar-Log. 

"Tiger! Tiger!" 

Sl Nicholas, February, 1894, without the heading. 

Mowgli's Song. 

The White Seal. 

"The National Review, August, 1893, without the heading or 
the lullaby. 

Lukannon. 

"Rikki-Tikki-Tavi." 

St. Nicholas, and Pall Mall Magazine, November, 1893, with- 
out the heading. 

Darzee's Chaunt. 

Toomai of the Elephants. 

St. Nicholas, December, 1893, without the heading. 

Shiv and the Grasshopper. 

The Servants of the Queen. 

Harper's Weekly and Pall Mall Magazine, March, 1894, with- 
out the heading. 

Parade Song of the Camp Animals. 

The English and American editions differ in many places. The Eng- 
lish edition has no list of illustrations. The story "The Servants 
of the Queen," in the English edition, has the title "Her Ma- 
jesty's Servants" in the American. 

In the English edition the kite's name is "Chil," in the American 
it is "Rann." In the English edition the porcupine's name in 



136 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1894 

" Mowgli's Song " is '' Sahi," in the American it is ** Ikki." In the 
English edition the peacock's name is "Mor," in the American 
it is "Moa." 

"Tiger! Tiger!" in the American edition has seven lines of text at 
the end, not in the English. 

The song "Lukannon" at the end of "The White Seal" has a longer 
heading in the American edition than in the English. It was 
reprinted in the Metropolitan Magazine ^ March, 1907, following 
the article "The Fur Seal Fisheries" by Theodore Roosevelt, 
which has a heading, four lines, from "The Rhyme of the Three 
Sealers," collected in The Seven Seas, 1896. 

All the chapter headings in verse except that for "The Servants of 
the Queen" were reprinted under "Chapter Headings" in Songs 
from Books, English edition only, 1913. All the poems were 
included in Inclusive Verse, English edition, 1919; "Mowgli's 
Song" at the end of "Tiger! Tiger!" was omitted from the 
American edition. 

The Jungle Book, with sixteen illustrations in color by Maurice and 
Edward Detmold, was issued by Macmillan & Co. in England, 
1908, and by the Century Co. in America, 1913. 

All the stories were printed separately in raised type, by the Ameri- 
can Braille System for the Blind, in 1900. 

In the Outward Bound edition The Jungle Book contains only the 
"Mowgli" stories: three from The Jungle Book, five from The 
Second Jungle Book, and "In the Rukh" from Many Inventions. 
The Second Jungle Book contains the remaining stories. 

The two Jungle Books, with the text of the Bombay edition, were 
issued in one volume in 1924. 



106 

JUNGLE BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS 

Sixteen Illustrations of Subjects from Kipling's 
"Jungle Book" By Messrs. Maurice & Edward 
Detmold London Macmillan & Co., Limited 1903 



1894] PICTURESQUE BRATTLEBORO 137 

Folio, measuring 15 J by 21^ inches. Green cloth portfolio, 
lettered on the front "Illustrations to Rudyard Kipling's 
Jungle Book by Maurice & Edward Detmold." Tied with 
green ribbons. 

Collation : 2 leaves, 1 6 plates. — Title and list of illustrations, 
2 leaves. Each plate is mounted on cardboard, laid in a 
white folder, with the title or quotation from The Jungle 
Book on the front. 



107 

PICTURESQUE BRATTLEBORO 

Picturesque Brattleboro With over two hundred 
Illustrations [vignette] Picturesque Publishing 
Company Northampton, Mass. [1894] 

Quarto. Issued in leather with gilt edges and in cloth, lettered 
and ornamented in gold. 

Collation : 2 leaves, pp. 5-96. — Frontispiece, title with copy- 
right notice and imprint on verso, 2 leaves; text, pp. 5-96. 
"In Sight of Mount Monadnock," by Kipling, pp. 81-86. 

The book was edited by Rev. Frank T. Pomeroy, copyrighted in 
1894 by the Picturesque Publishing Co., and printed at the press 
of the Bryant Printing Co., Florence, Mass. 

"In Sight of Mount Monadnock," which is included in Letters of 
Travel, 1920, was printed in The Times and The Sun (New 
York), April, 1892, and later in The Springfield Republican. 
Only about half the article was used in Picturesque Brattleboro. 
The same portion was reprinted in The Vermonter^ the state his- 
torical magazine, April, 1899. 

It was printed separately by the Cornhill Press (Thomas Maitland 
Cleland), Boston, 1904, and reprinted from this issue, falsely 
dated 1894, probably in 191 8. 



138 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1904 

IN SIGHT OF MOUNT MONADNOCK 

108 

In Sight of Mount Monadnock By Rudyard Kip- 
ling Privately Printed 1904 

Small octavo. Issued in white paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered from the types of the title-page, and fastened 
with wire. 

Collation: pp. 16. — Title and text, pp. 1-15; imprint 
*' Printed by The Cornhill Press Boston, Mass.," p. 16. 

109 
FALSELY DATED EDITION 

In Sight of Mount Monadnock By Rudyard Kip- 
ling [photographic reproduction of Mount Monad- 
nock] Privately Printed mdcccxciv [1918 or 191 9] 

Small octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, untrimmed, 
the front cover lettered from the types of the title-page, 
and tied with yellow silk thread. It is printed on pale- 
yellow paper, with the watermark of the Japan Paper Co. 

Collation: pp. 16. — Title and text, pp. 1-15; p. 16 is blank. 

This reprint, falsely dated 1894, was made from the issue dated 
1904. Several corrections were made on page 5: "apartment" 
was changed to "compartment"; "snownigs" was corrected to 
"snowings"; the fifth line from the bottom contains one more 
word, changing the endings of the remaining lines and leaving 
the one word "brakeman " on the last line. 



1894] UNDER LOCHNAGAR 139 

no 

TITLE-PAGE TO STORIES AND SKETCHES 

Stories and Sketches By Rudyard Kipling At the 
End of the Passage Our Overseas Men Some 
Earthquakes In Sight of Monadnock The Edge 
of the East American Notes Letting in the Jungle 
As put in type for distribution among the members 
of a Syndicate of American Newspapers. Partly 
Uncollected New York 18 90- 18 94. 

This title-page, measuring 7^ by 9I inches, was printed for a scrap- 
book containing the corrected galley sheets of articles and 
stories by Kipling. Several of the title-pages exist. It was only 
after a long search that the scrap-book was located. 

"At the End of the Passage" was printed in Lippincott's Magazine, 
August, 1890. 

The four articles, "Our Overseas Men," "Some Earthquakes," "In 
Sight of Monadnock," "The Edge of the East," were put into 
type, proofs of which were sent to members of the Syndicate of 
American Newspapers, to be used as copy. Not more than ten 
copies were printed. These articles are included in Letters of 
Travel, 1920. 

"American Notes" was printed in the Detroit Free Press during 
January, February, and March, 1891. 

"Letting in the Jungle" appeared in McClure's Magazine, 1894. 

Ill 

UNDER LOCHNAGAR 

Under Lochnagar Edited by R. A. Profeit, A.M. 
Aberdeen: Taylor and Henderson Lithographers 



I40 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1894 

and Printers to Her Majesty md ccc xciv All 
rights Reserved. 

Quarto. Issued in leather or cloth, lettered and ornamented 
in gold, gilt top, other edges untrimmed. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 11-214; advertisements, pp. 104. — 
Fore-title, title, contents, etc., 4 leaves; text, pp. 11-214; 
45 plates separately printed and not included in the pagina- 
tion. Advertisements in front, pp. i-56a, continued at the 
end, pp. 57-104. "Romance," by Kipling, pp. 183, 184. 

The collection was printed for the Crathie Parish Church Bazaar. 
It contains contributions by Edwin Arnold, Zangwill, Andrew 
Lang, Jerome K. Jerome, Henry Irving, John Strange Winter, 
William Black, Kipling, and others. 

When "Romance" was reprinted in The Seven Seas, 1896, with the 
title "The King," two stanzas were added. The poem "The 
King," printed \nMcClures Magazine, November, 1 899, reprinted 
later with the title "The Old Issue," is an entirely different poem. 



112 

MY FIRST BOOK 

My First Book The Experiences of [22 names of 
authors] With an Introduction by Jerome K. 
Jerome and 185 Illustrations London Chatto & 
Windus, Piccadilly 1894 

Octavo. Issued in light-blue cloth. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. vii-xxiv, 312. — Fore-title, portrait 
of Jerome K. Jerome, title, 3 leaves; introduction, con- 
tents, list of illustrations, pp. vii-xxiv; portrait of Walter 
Besant, and text, pp. 1-309; printer's ornament, p. 311; 
p. 312 is blank. Advertisements, pp. 32, not a part of the 
book. "Departmental Ditties," by Kipling, pp. 91-97. 



THE STORY OF UNG 



A FABLE FOR THE CRITICISED 



BY 

RUDYARD KIPLING 

AUTHOR OF 
MANY INVENTIONS, BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS, SOLDIERS THREE, ETC. 




NEW YORK 

D. APPLETON AND COMPANY 

1894 



142 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1894 

This article was printed in The Idler and The Civil ^ Military Ga- 
zettCy December, 1892; McClure's Magazine, November, 1894; 
reprinted in The Goose ^uill, vol. i, Chicago, 1900. 

THE STORY OF UNO 

The Story of Ung A Fable for the Criticised by 
Rudyard Kiphng Author of Many Inventions, 
Barrack-Room Ballads, Soldiers Three, etc. [orna- 
ment] New York D. Appleton and Company 1894 
See reproduction of title-page. 

Octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with "Copyright, 1894 by D. 
Appleton and Company. [All rights reserved.]" on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 1-5; p. 6 is blank. 

The poem was printed in The Idler, December, 1894, and collected 
in The Seven Seas, 1896. 

114 

THE TRIBUNE FRESH AIR FUND 

1894 

Autograph collectors applied so frequently to Kipling for his 
signature that in self-defence he caused to be printed a 
little broadside or card, which stated that when he saw 
the applicant's name in The New York Tribune in the list 
of contributors of $2.50 to the ''Tribune Fresh Air Fund," 
he would send his autograph. 

During the winter of 1894 and 1895 he distributed over two 
hundred to these applicants. 



"GOOD HUNTING." 



BY 



TRub^avb IkipHng* 



[CffpyrlgMt (1B95) in the Untied States of America, by KuDYARO KiPLlNG.] 



PALL MALL GAZETTE" OTFIC^ 
18, Charing Cross Road, London, W»C 



1895i 



144 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1895 

"GOOD HUNTING" 

"Good Hunting." By Rudyard Kipling. . . . "Pall 
Mall Gazette'' Office, 18, Charing Cross Road, 
London, W. C. 1895. 

See reproduction of title-page. 

Quarto, unbound, measuring 6 by 91 inches. 

Collation: pp. 16. — Title with text beginning on verso, pp. 
1-16; imprint "Printed for the Proprietors of the Pall Mall 
Gazette by Thomas Hunt, at the office, 18, Charing Cross 
Road, in the Parish of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Middle- 
sex," foot of p. 16. 

This was printed separately for copyright purposes. It was pub- 
lished in Pall Mall Gazette^ The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ and sev- 
eral American newspapers, July; McClures Magazine^ August, 
1895. 

The story was collected in The Second Jungle Book, with the title 
"Red Dog." 

THE SECOND JUNGLE BOOK 
116 

ENGLISH EDITION 

[Ornamental engraved heading] The Second Jungle 
Book By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] With Illus- 
trations by J. Lockwood Kipling, C. I. E. London 
Macmillan and Co. and New York 1895 All rights 
reserved 



1895] THE SECOND JUNGLE BOOK 145 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, ornamented and lettered in 
gold, gilt edges. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 240. — Blank leaf, fore-title, title, and 
contents, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-238. Advertisements, i 
leaf. 

117 

AMERICAN EDITION 

[Ornamental engraved heading] The Second Jungle 
Book By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Decorated 
by John Lockwood Kipling, CLE. New York The 
Century Co. 1895 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, lettered and ornamented in 
black and gold, or in terra-cotta cloth with blind stamped 
ornaments, lettered in gold; gilt top, other edges un- 
trimmed. 

Collation: 5 leaves, pp. 324. — Fore-title, title with copyright 
notices and imprint on verso, quotation (four lines from 
"TheLawof the Jungle"), contents, 4 leaves; fly-title with 
14 lines on verso (heading to the first story in the English 
edition), an inserted leaf; text, pp. 1-324; blank leaf at 
end, not a part of the last signature. 

The book was published in England and America in November. 
The texts differ in many places. 

All the chapter headings were reprinted in Songs from Books, Eng- 
lish edition, 1913. 

Colored illustrations by Maurice and Edward Detmold were pub- 
lished in The Illustrated London News, from October, 1910, to 
January, 191 1. These were never used in book form. 

Contents 
How Fear Came. 

Pall Mall Bud get y June 7 and 14; Pall Mall Gazette, June 14 
and 15; The New York World, June, 1894, with the title 
" A Strange Tale of the Jungle." 



146 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1895 

The Law of the Jungle. 

A Victorian Anthology, 1895, with the title "The Law of 
the Wolves." 

The Miracle of Purun Bhagat. 

Pall Mall Budget and Pall Mall Gazette, October 1 8 ; The New 
York World, October, 1894, with the title "A Miracle of the 
Present Day." 

A Song of Kabir. 

Letting in the Jungle. (With the heading "Veil them, cover 
them, wall them round," etc.) 

Pall Mall Gazette, December 12 and 13; Pall Mall Budget, 
December 13, 1894, with "Mowgli's Song" as the heading; 
McClure's Magazine, January, 1895, without any heading. 

Mowgli's Song against People. 

The Undertakers. 

Pall Mall Budget, November 8 and 15; Pall Mall Gazette, No- 
vember 14 and 15, with "A Ripple-Song" as the heading to 
Part I; American newspapers, November, 1894. 

A Ripple-Song. 

The King's Ankus. 

St. Nicholas, March, 1895, with "The Song of the Little 
Hunter" as the heading. 

The Song of the Little Hunter. 

Quiquern. 

Pall Mall Gazette, October 24 and 25; McClure's Magazine, 
November, 1895, without the heading. 

"Angutivan Tina." 

Reprinted in Songs from Books with the title "Angutivaun 
Taina." 

Red Dog. 

Pall Mall Gazette, American newspapers, and The Civil ^ 
Military Gazette, July; McClure's Magazine, August, 1895, 
with the title "Good Hunting." It was issued separately in 
England for copyright purposes. 

Chil's Song. 

Reprinted without the prose heading in Songs from Books. 

The Spring Running. 

Pall Mall Gazette, September 26; The Civil ^ Military Ga- 
zette, September and October; Cosmopolitan Magazine, Octo- 
ber, 1 895, with the title " Mowgli Leaves the Jungle Forever." 



1895] OUT OF INDIA 147 

The Out Song. 

Reprinted, without the prose heading, in Songs from Books. 
In the American editions there is one line at the end of the 
poem not in the English edition: ** Wisdom, Strength, and 
Courtesy." 



118 

OUT OF INDIA 

Out of India. Things I saw, and failed to see, in 
Certain Days and Nights at Jeypore and Elsewhere. 
By Rudyard Kipling [device] New York: Copy- 
right, 1895, by G. W. Dillingham, Publisher, Suc- 
cessor to G. W. Carleton & Co. mdcccxcv. (All 
Rights Reserved.) 

Octavo. Issued in tan cloth, with design in green, brown, and 
gold on the front cover and back; lettered in gold. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 7-340. — Title and contents, 3 leaves; 
text, pp. 7-340. 

The collection was evidently reprinted from the two volumes, City 
of Dreadful Night and Letters of Marque, issued by A. H. 
Wheeler & Co., in 1891. It has been repeatedly stated that the 
edition was suppressed, but this seems not to have been the 
case. Kipling wrote to his agents that it was a hash-up of old 
newspaper articles written when he was twenty, and that it con- 
tained the bulk of his notes for Naulahka. Although "Copy- 
right" and "All Rights Reserved" are on the title-page, only the 
chapter headings to Letters of Marque, which were supplied by 
G. W. Dillingham, could be copyrighted. Kipling sent a note to 
The Nation^ The Critic^ and The New York Tribune^ saying that he 
had nothing to do with the thing. This note was reprinted in 
many newspapers and magazines. A second edition was issued 
from the same plates in 1896. It was also issued in Dillingham's 
Globe Library, No. 15, dated July, 1896. 



148 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1895 

Contents 
Part First 
I. An Escape from Rimmon — The Globe-Trotter Goes to 

Jeypore — Certain Moral Reflections Thereon. 
II. Rajputana, the Cock-Pit of India — Something about the 
History of Jeypore — The Globe-Trotter Sees the Sights. 

III. Doing Amber — A City That Will Never Wake — The 
Maharaja's Cotton-Press. 

IV. The Hindu Temple of Mahadeo — The World of the Inno- 
cents Abroad is a Touching and Unsophisticated Place — 
Reading Zola's Most Zolaistic Novels — The Mayo Hos- 
pital and the Museum. 

V. A Complete Description of the Wonderful Museum of Jey- 
pore — Then Go to the Palace of the Maharaja — The 
Bronze Horse and the Yanti Samrat, Prince of Dials — 
"Adsmir." 

VI. From a Criminal Point of View Ajimir is Not a Pleasant 
Place — Udaipur does not Approve of Englishmen. 

VII. On the Various Uses of Lethal Weapons — Showing how the 
Englishman Came to the City of the Children of the Sun — 
The Padre-Sahib, the Good Man of the Wilderness. 
VIII. " Sad Stories of the Death of Kings " — His Highness Prime 
Minister Rae Punna Lai is a Racial Anomaly. 

IX. Showing how the Englishman Tried to Shoot Pigs and Came 

upon "Bagheera," the Panther. 
X. The Englishman Comes Upon the Black Bulk of Chitor, and 
Learns of the Mal-Practices of a She-Elephant. 

XI. Shows the Discovery of the Tower Visited by Childe 
Rolande, and the "Bogey" who Frightens Children. 

XII. An Escape Northward to Jharwasa — Some Little Incidents 
Connected with the Bhumia — The Englishman Lands in 
Jodhpur, and W^ishes to Give the British Government Ad- 
vice on Certain Matters. 

XIII. Showing what sort of a Country a King will Make — The 
Hat-Marked Caste Receives Attention. 

XIV. Among the Houyhnhnms. 

XV. The Real Reason of the Decadence of the Empire Found in 
a "Twenty-Five Per Cent. Reduction All Roun'," Thereby 
Limiting the Pleasures of Loaferdom — The Treachery of 
Ganesh of Situr. 



1895] SOLDIERS THREE 149 

XVI. A New Treaty is Needed With Maha Roa Raja Ram Singh, 
Bahadur, Raja of Boondi — Boys and other Things by the 
Way — Shields. 
XVII. Poetry may be Found in a Bank, and There are Other 

Wonders Than Poetry in the Palace of Boondi. 
XVIII. From Uncivilized Sight to Things Civilized — Walter 
Besant's Mr. Maliphant is Found By the Way — How a 
Friend May Keep an Appointment Too Well. 
XIX. Certain Concluding Incidents and an Apology to the 
Reader. 

Part Second 
I. A Real Live City. 
II. The Reflections of a Savage. 

III. The Council of the Gods. 

IV. On the Banks of the Hugli. 
V. With the Calcutta Police. 

VI. The City of Dreadful Night. 
VII. Deeper and Deeper Still. 
VIII. Concerning Lucia. 

Part Third 
I. A Railway Settlement. 
II. The Mighty Shops. 
III. At Vulcan's Forge. 

Part Fourth 
I. On the Surface. 
II. In the Depths. 

III. The Perils of the Pits. 

IV. In an Opium Factory. 

SOLDIERS THREE, THE STORY OF THE 
GADSBYS, IN BLACK AND WHITE 

119 

Soldiers Three The Story of the Gadsbys In Black 
and White by Rudyard Kipling London Macmillan 
and Co. and New York 1895 AH rights reserved 
Octavo. Issued in blue cloth. 



I50 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1895 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 338, 3 leaves. — Fore-title with device 
on verso, title with ''First published by Macmillan and 
Co. 1895" °^ verso, contents, fly-title, 4 leaves; text, pp. 
1-338. Advertisements, 3 leaves. 

The text was revised, and two stories were added to Soldiers Three: 

Of Those Called. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ July 13; "Turnovers," vol. vii, 
1889, with the title "Abaft the Funnel, No. 6." 

The Wreck of the Visigoth. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette ^ April 25; "Turnovers," vol. vi, 
1889, with the title "Abaft the Funnel, No. 3." 

Contents 
Soldiers Three 

The God from the Machine. 
Of Those Called. 
Private Learoyd's Story. 
The Big Drunk Draf. 
The Wreck of the Visigoth. 
The Solid Muldoon. 
With the Main Guard. 
In the Matter of a Private. 
Black Jack. 

The Story of the Gadsbys 
Poor Dear Mamma. 
The World Without. 
The Tents of Kedar. 
With any Amazement. 
The Garden of Eden. 
Fatima. 

The Valley of the Shadow. 
The Swelling of Jordan. 

In Black and White 
Dray Wara Yow Dee. 
The Judgment of Dungara. 
At Howli Thana. 
Gemini. 
At Twenty-two, 



1895] WEE WILLIE WINKIE 151 

In Flood Time. 

The Sending of Dana Da. 

On the City Wall. 



120 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Soldiers Three The Story of the Gadsbys In Black 
and White By Rudyard Kipling Author of ** Plain 
Tales from the Hills," ''Life's Handicap/' etc., etc. 
New Edition, Revised with Additions New York 
Macmillan and Co. And London 1895 ^H rights 
reserved 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, trimmed, the front cover let- 
tered in black. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 325, 2 leaves. — Fore-title, title with 
copyright notices and imprint on verso, contents, 3 leaves; 
text, pp. 1-325. Advertisements, 2 leaves. 

WEE WILLIE WINKIE, UNDER THE DEODARS 
THE PHANTOM 'RICKSHAW 

121 

Wee Willie Winkie Under the Deodars The Phan- 
tom 'Rickshaw and other Stories by Rudyard Kip- 
Hng London Macmillan and Co. and New York 
1895 All rights reserved 
Octavo. Issued in blue cloth. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 358, i leaf. — Fore-title with pub- 
lisher's device on verso, title with *' First published by 



152 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1895 

Macmillan and Co. 1895," contents, and fly-title, 4 leaves; 
text, pp. 1-358. Advertisements, i leaf. 

The text was revised and two stories were added: 
The Track of a Lie. 

T^he Civil ^ Military Gazette^ July 12; "Turnovers," No. iii, 

1888. 
The Pit that They Digged. 

"The St. 'James's Gazette^ December 14, 1889. 

Contents 
Under the Deodars 

The Education of Otis Yeere. 

At the Pit's Mouth. 

A Wayside Comedy. 

The Pit that Thev Digged. 

The Hill of Illusion. 

A Second-Rate Woman. 

Only a Subaltern. 

The Phantom 'Rickshaw 
The Phantom 'Rickshaw. 
My Own True Ghost Story. 
The Track of a Lie. 
The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes. 
The Man Who Would be King. 

Wee Willie Winkie 
Wee Willie Winkie. 
Baa, Baa, Black Sheep. 
His Majesty the King. 
The Drums of the Fore and Aft. 



122 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Under the Deodars The Phantom 'Rickshaw Wee 
Willie Winkie By Rudyard Kipling Author of 
"Plain Tales from the Hills," "Life's Handicap," 



1895] A VICTORIAN ANTHOLOGY 153 

Etc., Etc. New Edition, Revised With Additions 

New York Macmillan and Co. and London 1895 

All rights reserved 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, the front cover lettered in black. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 344, 1 leaves. — Fore-title, title with 
copyright notices and imprint on verso, contents, 3 leaves; 
text, pp. 1-344. Advertisements, 1 leaves. 

123 

A LONDON GARLAND 

A London Garland Selected from five Centuries of 
English Verse By W. E. Henley with Pictures by 
Members of the Society of Illustrators Macmillan 
and Company London and New York 1895 

Quarto. Issued in vellum, gilt edges, the front cover lettered 
and ornamented in red and gold. 

Collation: 13 leaves, pp. 203. — Floral fore-title, frontispiece, 
title, notes, 4 leaves; contents, 4 leaves; list of illustrations, 
list of artists and authors, and plate, 5 leaves; text, with 
illustrations, pp. 1-203; 3 etchings, inserted. 

Kipling's poem "Tommy," printed from Ballads and Barrack- 
Room Ballads, 1892, is included with two illustrations by W. B. 
Wollen and T. S. Crowther. 

124 

A VICTORIAN ANTHOLOGY 

A Victorian Anthology 1 837-1 895 Selections Illus- 
trating the Editor*s Critical Review of British 
Poetry in the Reign of Victoria Edited by Edmund 



154 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1895 

Clarence Stedman Author of *' Victorian Poets," 
etc. [device] Boston and New York Houghton, 
Mifflin and Company The Riverside Press, Cam- 
bridge M DCCC xcv 
Octavo. Issued in buckram or leather. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. ix-xl, 744, i leaf. — Blank leaf, leaf 
with list of books on verso, fore-title, title with copyright 
notice and imprints on verso, dedication, 4 leaves; intro- 
duction, and table of contents, pp. ix-xl; text, biographical 
notes, and indexes, pp. 1-744; blank leaf, a part of the last 
end paper; 2 plates, separately printed, in front. 

There is also a large-paper edition. 

The book was published early in October, 1895. Kipling's poems are: 
"Danny Deever," " Fuzzy- Wuzzy," "The Ballad of East and 
West," and "The Conundrum of the Workshops," from Bar- 
rack-Room Ballads; "The Law for the Wolves," printed in Pall 
Mall Budget^ June 7, 1894, reprinted in The Second Jungle 
Book, 1895, with the title "The Law of the Jungle"; "The Last 
Chantey," printed in Pall Mall Magazine ^ June, 1893, reprinted 
in The Seven Seas, 1896. 

Kipling's letter, giving his permission to use these poems, was pub- 
lished in "Life and Letters of Edmund Clarence Stedman." 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

His Excellency Erik Oakley Hogan, Aged 9 months 
(By one of his Sincerest Admirers). [1895] 
See reproduction of front cover. 

Octavo, measuring 5! by 4! inches. Issued in green paper 
wrappers, the front cover lettered *'His Excellency Rut- 
lam. 1895. Canadian Mission Press" within a border of 
printer's ornaments. 









HIS 






EX€ELLEN(JY 



■4o». 



RUTLAM. 

1895. 
Canadian Missioa Press, 



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1896] HYMN BEFORE ACTION 157 

Collation: 7 leaves. — Title on the front cover; text, signed 
at end '*R.K.," pp. 1-13; p. 14 is blank. 

This was printed in The Civil ^ Military Gazette, October 8, 1885. 

126 

SECOND EDITION 

His Excellency. Erik Oakley Hogan: Aged 9 

Months. (By One of his sincerest Admirers.) [1899] 

See reproduction of front cover. 

Octavo, measuring 5 by 4J inches. Issued in lavender paper 
wrappers, the front cover lettered *'His Excellency By 
Rudyard Kipling Bombay: Printed at the * Times of India' 
Press. 1899" within a wavy-line border. 

Collation: 8 leaves. — Title on the front cover; text, signed 
atend"R.K.,"pp. 1-16. 

127 
HYMN BEFORE ACTION 

Hymn Before Action By Rudyard Kipling Author 
of Many Inventions, Barrack-Room Ballads, etc., 
[ornament] New York D. Appleton and Company. 
1896 

See reproduction of title-page. 

Octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with "Copyright, 1896 By Rud- 
yard Kipling. [All rights reserved] "on verso, i leaf; text, 
pp. 3-5; blank leaf. 



HYMN BEFORE ACTION 



BY 

RUDYARD KIPLING 



MANY INVENTIONS, 



AUTHOR OF 

BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS, ETC. 




NEW YORK 
APPLETON AND COMPANY 
1896 



1896] THE SEVEN SEAS 159 

Stanzas i, 4, and 6 were printed in 1'he EchOy March, 1896, and 
copyrighted at that time in America. The poem was included in 
The Seven Seas, published in September, 1896. 

128 

Memorabilia Yalensia. " Mulvaney's Regrets." 
[1896] 

Small broadside. 

The poem, declining an invitation to dinner May 14, 1896, was sent 
to the Yale Kipling Club. It was printed in the Yale Literary 
Magazine for May, 1896, vol. lxi. No. viii. 

A few copies were printed from the types of the magazine for the 
president of the Kipling Club, who sent the invitation. These 
were given to members and friends. The manuscript was pre- 
sented to the secret society "Scroll & Key," New Haven. 

The poem was reprinted in A Kipling Note Book, M. F. Mansfield & 
A. Wessels, May, 1899, and in The Cornhill Booklet ^ August, 1900. 

THE SEVEN SEAS 
129 

COPYRIGHT EDITION 

The Seven Seas By Rudyard Kipling Author of 
Many Inventions, Barrack-Room Ballads, The 
Jungle Books, Etc. [vignette] New York D. Apple- 
ton and Company 1896 

Octavo. Issued in tan paper wrappers, the front cover lettered 

from the types of the title-page. 
Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 209, i leaf. — Title with copyright 

notices on verso, contents, dedication, 4 leaves; text, pp. 

1-209; blank leaf. 

This was prepared for copyright purposes. 



l6o KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1896 

130 

AMERICAN EDITION 

The Seven Seas By Rudyard Kipling Author of 
Many Inventions, Barrack-Room Ballads, The 
Jungle Books, Etc. [vignette] New York D. Apple- 
ton and Company 1896 

Octavo. Issued in gray cloth, lettered and ornamented in 
gold, untrimmed. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 209, 3 leaves. — Title with copyright 
notices on verso, contents, dedication, 4 leaves; text, pp. i- 
209. Advertisements, 3 leaves. 

ENGLISH EDITION 

The Seven Seas By Rudyard Kipling [vignette] 

IVIethuen and Co. 36 Essex Street, W. C. London 

1896 

Octavo. Issued in red buckram, untrimmed. 

Collation: 9 leaves, pp. 230. — Fore-title, title, dedication, 
contents, and fly-title, 9 leaves; text, pp. 1-230. Methuen's 
catalogue for October, 1896, pp. 40, at end, not a part of 
the book. 

One hundred and fifty copies were printed on hand-made paper, 
30 on Japan paper. 

The English edition contains three poems, "The Answer," "The 
Lost Legion," and "In the Neolithic Age," which are not in the 
American edition, but which had been included in Ballads and 
Barrack-Room Ballads, new edition, with additional poems, The 
Macmillan Co., New York, 1893. 



1896] THE SEVEN SEAS 161 

The American and English editions vary considerably. Minor varia- 
tions occur in "The First Chantey/' "The Merchantmen," "The 
Native-Born," "The King," "The Rhyme of the Three Sealers," 
"The Sea-Wife," "To the True Romance," "The Last Rhyme of 
True Thomas," "The Story of Ung," "An American," "The 
Mary Gloster," "Back to the Army Again," "Soldier an' Sailor 
Too," "Sappers," and "The Shut-Eye Sentry." 

Stanza 10 of "The Last Chantey" and stanza 3 of "The Three 
Decker" were rewritten. 

The text of "A Song of the English" differs very much from that 
printed in the English Illustrated Magazine^ where it first ap- 
peared: in "The Song of the Cities," the stanzas Halifax, Quebec 
and Montreal, and Brisban have been added, and the stanza 
Quebec has been omitted. "An American" omits here one 
stanza that was printed in the Pall Mall Gazette^ where the poem 
first appeared. 

Three poems, "Hymn Before Action," "The Rhyme of the Three 
Sealers," and "The Story of Ung," had been printed separately 
by D. Appleton & Co. 

Contents 

A Song of the English. 
The Coastwise Lights. 
The Song of the Dead. 
The Deep-Sea Cables. 
The Song of the Sons. 
The Song of the Cities. 
England's Answer. 
English Illustrated Magazine y May, 1893. 
The First Chantey. 
The Last Chantey. 

Pall Mall Magazine^ June, 1893. 
The Merchantmen. 

Pall Mall Budget, June 15; McC lure's Magazine, July, 1893. 
McAndrew's Hymn. 

Scribners Magazine, December, 1 894. A 4-line prose heading 
is omitted. 
The Miracles. 

Pall Mall Gazette, May 23; Pall Mall Budget, June 13; "The 
Pocket Magazine, December, 1895. 



l62 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1896 

The Native-Born. 

'^he 'TimeSy October 14, 1895. 

The King. 

Under Lochnagar, 1894, with the title "Romance." Two 
new stanzas were added. The poem "The King," printed in 
McClures Magazine^ November, 1899, was reprinted in The 
Five Nations with the title "The Old Issue." 

The Rhyme of the Three Sealers. 

Pall Mall Budget^ December 14; separately by D. Appleton 
& Co., 1893. The first 13 lines were printed in "Letters to 
the Family," T!he Sun (New York), November 27, 1892. 

The Derelict. 

The Answer. (English edition only.) 

The Century M^^^z/;?^, November, 1892; Ballads and Barrack- 
Room Ballads, New York, 1893. 

The Song of the Banjo. 

"The New Review^ June, 1895. ^^^ following entry appears in 
the Journal of Thomas Sullivan, Boston, April 24, 1895: "At 
a dinner at the Tavern Club, Kipling spoke and recited verses 
still unpublished, 'The Song of the Banjo.' " 

"The Liner She's a Lady." 

Pall Mall Gazette, June 13; Pall Mall Budget , July, 1895; The 
Pocket Magazine, February, 1896. 

Mulholland's Contract. 

Pall Mall Gazette, June 6; Pall Mall Budget, June 27, 1895. 

The Anchor Song. 

"L'Envoi" from Many Inventions, 1893. 

The Lost Legion. (English edition only.) 

The National Observer, May 13, with the title" A Banjo Song"; 
Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads, New York, 1893. 

The Sea-Wife. 

Introductory verses to Steve Brown's Bunyip, London, 1893. 

Hymn Before Action. 

The Echo, March, with the title "A Little Sermon"; sepa- 
rately by D. Appleton & Co., 1896. 

To the True Romance. 

Prelude to Many Inventions, 1893. 

The Flowers. 

The Daily Chronicle, June 10, 1896. 



1896] THE SEVEN SEAS 163 

The Last Rhyme of True Thomas. 

^o-day^ March 17, 1894. 
In the Neolithic Age. (English edition only.) 

T!he Idler^ December; The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ Decem- 
ber 31, 1892, with the title "Primum Tempus"; Ballads and 

Barrack-Room Ballads, New York, 1893. 
The Story of Ung. 

Separately by D. Appleton & Co., November; The New York 

World and The Idler, December, 1894. 
The Three-Decker. 

The Saturday Review, July 14, 1894, with the title "The Old 

Three Decker." 
An American. 

Pall Mall Gazette, July 27, 1894, with the title "As It Strikes 

a Contemporary." One stanza is omitted. 
The Mary Gloster. 
Sestina of the Tramp-Royal. 
"When 'Omer Smote 'is Bloomin' Lyre." 
"Back to the Army Again." 

Pall Mall Magazine, August, 1894. 
"Birds of Prey" March. 

Pall Mall Gazette, May 30; Pall Mall Budget, June 6, 1895. 
"Soldier an' Sailor Too." 

Pearson s and McClure' s Magazines, April, 1896. 
Sappers. 
That Day. 

Pall Mall Gazette, April 25; Pall Mall Budget, May 2; The 

Pocket Magazine, November, 1895. 
"The Men that Fought at Minden." 

Pall Mall Gazette, May 9; Pall Mall Budget, May 16, 1895; 

The Pocket Magazine, March, 1896. 
Cholera Camp. 

McClure's Magazine, October, 1896. 
The Ladies. 
Bill 'Awkins. 
The Mother-Lodge. 

Pall Mall Gazette, May 2; Pall Mall Budget, May 9, 1895. 
"Follow Me 'Ome." 

Pall Mall Magazine, June, 1894. 
The Sergeant's Weddin'. 



164 



KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1896 



The Jacket. 

The 'Eathen. 

McClures Magazine and The New York Times Supplement, 
September; Pearson s Magazine y^ovtmhtVy 1896. 

The Shut-Eve Sentry. 

"Mary, Pity Women!" 

For to Admire. 

Pall Mall Magazine y February, 1894. 

L'Envoi, "When earth's last picture is painted." 

The Sun (New York), May 15; The Civil C5 Military Gazette, 
September 5, 1892, at the end of "Half-a-Dozen Pictures," 
one of the Letters of Travel. The poem was not reprinted 
with the letters in book form. 

"Hymn Before Action" was issued separately in the Xorka Series, 
by the Saalfield Publishing Co., Akron, Ohio; by Macmillan &: 
Co., as a broadside, a leaflet of two leaves, and a booklet of four 
leaves; as a booklet illuminated in colors and gold by Henrietta 
Wright; and by Methuen & Co., 1914. It was included in Poems 
of the Great War, Chatto & Windus, and Poems of War and 
Battle, Oxford, 1914. 

"The Flowers" was included in The Old Country: A Book of Love 
and Praise of England, 191 7; The Oxford Book of Verse; and 
Poems of To-day, London, 1922. 

"McAndrew's Hymn" was included in The Genesis of British War 
Poetry, London, 191 8. 

"The Last Chantey" was included in A Book of the Sea, Oxford, 
191 8; The Oxford Book of Verse, and Poems of the English Race, 
1921. 

"A Song of the English" was issued separately by Hodder & 
Stoughton and by Doubleday, Page & Co., 1909. 

"L'Envoi, When earth's last picture is painted," was printed sepa- 
rately, with the title "The Toilers," by Barse 6c Hopkins, New 
York, and again by the same publishers with "L'Envoi, The 
smoke upon your altar dies," from Departmental Ditties. 

"The English Flag" was included in Poems of the English Race, 
1921. 

"To the True Romance" was included in The Guiding Book, Lon- 
don, 1923. 



1896] SOLDIER TALES 165 

132 

ILLUSTRATED EDITION 

The Seven Seas By Rudyard Kipling Author of 

"Many Inventions," *' Barrack Room Ballads/' 

**The Jungle Books/' etc., etc. Illustrated [device] 

New York D. Appleton and Company 1905 

Octavo. Issued in cloth. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 209. — Fore-title, title with copy- 
right notice on verso, dedication, 4 leaves; contents, list of 
plates, 2 leaves; text, printed within ornamental green 
borders, pp. 1-209; ^ plates. 

SOLDIER TALES 

Soldier Tales By Rudyard Kipling London Mac- 
millan and Co., Ltd. New York: The Macmillan 
Co. 1896 All rights reserved 
Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, gilt edges. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 172. — Fore- title, title, contents, list 
of illustrations, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-172; 21 plates, and 
woodcuts at the beginning and end of the chapters, by 
A. S. Hartwick. 

Contents 
With the Main Guard. 

Soldiers Three, 1888. 
The Drums of the Fore and Aft. 

Wee WilUe Winkie, 1888. 
The Man Who Was. 

The Courting of Dinah Shadd, 1890. 



l66 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1896 

The Courting of Dinah Shadd. 

The Courting of Dinah Shadd, 1890. 
The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney. 

The Courting of Dinah Shadd, 1890. 
The Taking of Lungtungpen. 

Plain Tales from the Hills, 1888. 
The Madness of Private Ortheris. 

Plain Tales from the Hills, 1888. 

The American edition, published by Macmillan & Co., has the im- 
print, on verso of the title, "Norwood Press, Norwood, Mass." 
It was issued in cloth, the front cover lettered in gold within a 
border of animals printed in gold. 

The plates were taken over in 1899 by Doubleday&McClure Co., 
who issued an edition from the same plates, with the same orna- 
ments on the cover. A special edition was issued in paper wrap- 
pers for the International Book & Publishing Co. On the back 
wrapper is an advertisement of the "Swastika" edition, to be 
published July i, 1899, and a facsimile of a letter by Kipling. 



ET DONA FERENTES 

Et Dona Ferentes By Rudyard Kipling Author of 
Many Inventions, Barrack-Room Ballads, Etc. 
[ornament] New York D. Appleton and Company 
1896 

See reproduction of title-page. 

Octavo. Issued in paper wrappers, the front cover lettered 
from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 8 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 

I leaf; text, pp. ^-^^ blank leaf. 
The poem was collected in The Five Nations, 1903. 



ET DONA FERENTES 



BY 

RUDYARD KIPLING 

AUTHOR OF 
MANY INVENTIONS, BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS, ETC 




NEW YORK 
APPLETON AND COMPANY 
1896 



l68 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1896 

THE KIPLING BIRTHDAY BOOK 

The Kipling Birthday Book Compiled by Joseph 

Finn (Authorised by Rudyard Kipling) [quotation] 

London Macmillan and Co. Ltd. New York The 

Macmillan Co. 1896 

Small octavo. Issued in white cloth, yellow edges, trimmed. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 278, i leaf. — Fore-title, title, 2 
leaves; text, pp. 1-277; imprint, p. 278. Advertisements, 
I leaf; 12 illustrations, one for each month, by J. Lockwood 
Kipling, included in the pagination. 

Doubleday & McClure Co. issued an edition in 1899, bound in green 
cloth, trimmed. Instead of an imprint or leaf of advertisements 
at end, there is a blank leaf. 

The quotations, from "Uncollected Matter," "New Year's Resolu- 
tions," "Himalayan Councils," "Exchange," "Shadow Houses," 
"Oatta's Story," "The Lost Leader," "Our Lady of Rest," were 
reprinted from l!he Civil ^ Military Gazette. 

"CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS" 
136 

COPYRIGHT EDITION 

** Captains Courageous" A Story of the Grand 

Banks By Rudyard Kipling London The S. S. 

McClure Co. and New York All rights reserved 

[1896-1897] 

Octavo. Issued in brown paper wrappers. 



1897] "CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS" 169 

Collation: i leaf, pp. 3-66, 11-18. — Title with copyright 
notice on verso, i leaf; text, pp. 3-66, 11-18. 

This is the earliest form of the story, of which there were only a very 
few copies prepared, to secure the copyright. Pages 3-16 have the 
same text as that published in the magazines, but pages 17-66 
show many changes; page 66 ends with the conclusion of Chapter 
IX, but the last installment, pages 11-18, is called "Chapter x 
concluded." A part of Chapter ix is reprinted with many 
changes. 

One copy with the imprint "London Macmillan and Co., Ltd. New 
York: The Macmillan Co." contains only nine chapters, pages 
2-66. 

ENGLISH EDITION 

'Captains Courageous' A Story of the Grand 

Banks By Rudyard Kipling With Illustrations by 

I. W. Taber London Macmillan and Co., Limited 

New York: The Macmillan Company 1897 ^H 

rights reserved 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, lettered and ornamented in 
gold, gilt edges. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 246, i leaf. — Fore-title, frontispiece, 
title with copyright notices on verso, list of illustrations, 
4 leaves; text, pp. 1-245; P- ^4^ ^^ blank. Advertisements, 
I leaf; 22 illustrations, included in the pagination. The 
frontispiece was used also to illustrate page 79. 

138 

AMERICAN EDITION 

"Captains Courageous'' A Story of the Grand 
Banks By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] New York 
The Century Co. 1897 



I70 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1897 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, ornamented in red, gold, and 
green, lettered in gold^ top edges gilt, other edges un- 
trimmed. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 324. — Fore-title, frontispiece, title 
with copyright notices and imprint "The DeVinne Press" 
on verso, dedication ** James Conland, M.D., Brattleboro, 
Vermont " and quotation from Longfellow, list of illus- 
trations, fly-title, 6 leaves; text, pp. 1-323; p. 324 is blank; 
21 illustrations, included in the pagination. 

The text of the American edition varies a little from that of the 
English edition. 

The story was published in McClure s Magazine^ November, 1896, to 
March, 1897, and in Pearson s Magazine ^ December, 1896, to 
April, 1897; illustrated by I. W. Taber and Fred T. Janes. 

The first title given to the story was "Harvey Cheyne — Banker." 
The manuscript, now in the Morgan collection, contains seventy- 
five folio leaves. It had been given to Dr. Conland, the family 
physician, to whom the American edition was dedicated. Many 
passages were omitted in the printed book. 

WHITE HORSES 

White Horses By Rudyard Kipling London Printed 
for Private Circulation 1897 

Duodecimo. Issued in lilac paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered from the types of the title-page, within a black- 
line border. 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Fore-title, title with copyright notice 
on verso, 2 leaves; text, pp. 5-10; blank leaf. 

This is not a copyright edition, as has often been stated, but a 
pirated edition; and, judging from the number of copies re- 
ported, there must have been many printed. "The White Man's 
Burden" was also issued in the same form. Both were printed 
without the author's permission. 



1899] BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS 171 

The poem was printed in Literature, October 23; 'The New York 
Tribune, October 31, 1897; and was collected in The Five Na- 
tions, 1903. 

140 

THE BOYHOOD OF FAMOUS AUTHORS 

The Boyhood of Famous Authors by William H. 
Rideing Author of "Thackeray's London/* etc. 
[quotation] New York: 46 East Fourteenth Street 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Company Boston: 100 Pur- 
chase Street [1897] 
Octavo. Issued in tan cloth. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 214. — Fore-title with list of books 
on verso, title with copyright notice on verso, preface, 
contents, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-211; p. 212 is blank; blank 
leaf; frontispiece, portrait of Whittier. 

The article on Kipling, pages 200-211, contains the greater part of 
Kipling's story of his old school, Westward Ho! published in 
The YoutK s Companion, October 19, 1893. A portion of the same 
story was reprinted in Nathan Haskell Dole's Life of Rudyard 
Kipling, prefixed to the Barrack-Room Ballads issued by T. Y. 
Crowell & Co., New York, 1899, but it was not reprinted entire 
until in Land and Sea Tales, 1923. 



141 

BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS AND OTHER POEMS 

Barrack Room Ballads and Other Poems by Rud- 
yard Kipling with an Introduction by Nathan 
Haskell Dole T. Y. Crowell & Company New 
York [1899] 



172 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899 

Small octavo. Issued in cloth. 

Collation: pp. xxii, 253. — Title, contents, introduction, and 
prelude, pp. xxii; text, pp. 1-253; frontispiece, portrait of 
Kipling. 

This collection contains Barrack-Room Ballads, Departmental Dit- 
ties and Other Verses, and **The Vampire," "Recessional," and 
"The Three Captains." 

The introduction was also printed separately with the title "Life of 
Rudyard Kipling." It contains extracts from "An English 
School," by Kipling, published in The Youth's ComDanion^ Oc- 
tober 19, 1893, and in The Boyhood of Famous Men, 1897. 



142 

THE l^ENTH ISLAND 

The Tenth Island Being some Account of New- 
foundland, its People, its Politics, its Problems, 
and its Peculiarities By Beckles Willson With an 
Introduction by The Rt. Hon. Sir William White- 
way, K.C.M.G. Premier of the Colony and some 
Remarks on Newfoundland and the Navy by Lord 
Charles Beresford, CD. [five lines] London Grant 
Richards 9 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden 1897 
Octavo. Issued in cloth, trimmed. 

Collation: 10 leaves, pp. 208. — Fore-title, title, preface, 
foreword, 10 leaves; text and appendix, pp. 1-208 ; map 
of Newfoundland, inserted. 

The preface contains a letter from Kipling to George F. Beam of 
Newfoundland. This was reprinted in 'The Critic^ October, 1897, 
but was not reprinted in the second edition of the book, issued 
in 1 901 with the title The Truth about Newfoundland. 



1897] ALMANAC OF SPORTS 173 

THE SLAVES OF THE LAMP 

The Slaves of the Lamp. London and New York, 

1897. 

Octavo. 

Will M. Clemens gives this title in his list at the end of A Ken of 
Kipling. A pamphlet was prepared for copyright purposes, but 
it cannot be located. 

The story, one of the Stalky & Co. stories, was published in Cosmop- 
oliSy April and May, and in McC/ure's Magazine, August, 1897. 

ALMANAC OF SPORTS 
144 

COPYRIGHT EDITION 

Verses Written for Nicholson's ** Almanac of Sports 
for 1898 '' by Rudyard Kipling William Heinemann 
London and New York mdcccxcvii 

See reproduction of fore-title and title. 

Quarto, measuring 9I by \i\ inches. Issued in brown paper 
wrapper, the front cover lettered in black ** Verses By 
Rudyard Kipling." The wrapper is nearly an inch larger 
than the leaves within. 

Collation: 16 leaves. — Fore-title "Verses By Rudyard Kip- 
ling Only Twenty copies printed. Done for William 
Heinemann In October, mdcccxcvii, by Will Bradley at 
the Wayside Press, Springfield, Massachusetts, U. S. A.," 
title with copyright notice on verso "Entered at Stationers 



VERSES 

Only Twenty copies printed. 
Done for William Heinemann 
in October, MDCCCXCm, 
by WILL BRADLEY at the 
Wayside Press, Spring fie/J, 
Massachusetts, U. S. A. 



VERSES 

WRITTEN FORNIC- 
HOLSON'S "ALMANAC 
OF SPORTS FOR 1898'' /^j; 



(CaiiUfam l^etnemann 
HonlHm and 0tMo pot^ 



176 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1897 

Hall Copyright 1897, by William Heinemann All rights 
reserved," 2 leaves; text, without the illustrations, printed 
in red and black, on one side of the leaf only, 14 leaves. 



145 

ENGLISH EDITION 

An Almanac of twelve Sports By William Nicholson 
[ornament printed in colors] Words by Rudyard 
Kipling Published by William Heinemann, London. 
1898 

Folio. Issued in buff boards, linen back, the front cover let- 
tered and ornamented in black, the back cover ornamented 
in color, trimmed. 

Collation: 16 leaves. — Title with copyright notices and 
description of different issues on verso, i leaf; stanza, 6 
lines, on recto, and calendar for January-June on verso, 
I leaf; calendar for July-December on recto, and stanza 
for January on verso, i leaf; colored plates with stanzas 
on verso, 11 leaves; plate for December with verso blank, 
I leaf; stanza, 16 lines, with advertisement for "An Alpha- 
bet by William Nicholson" on verso, i leaf. 

A library edition was printed on Japanese vellum, bound in vellum 
with red edges or in doth. A few copies were printed direct 
from the original wood blocks, hand-colored and signed by the 
artist. These are broadsides, plates and text, measuring 14 by 
17 inches, laid in a folder tied with black ribbon. Several copies 
have been reported that have the colored plates of the English 
edition laid in the brown paper wrapper with the text of the 
American edition. 

One copy has been reported that is made up of the American edi- 
tion, with the colored plates of the English edition inserted in 
their proper places, and at the end the title-page and calendar 
of the English edition; also two leaves of advertisements, con- 



1897] THE VAMPIRE 177 

taining seven cuts in black and white, announcing "Will be pub- 
lished in November, 1897, by William Heinemann," and blank 
leaf at end. This is bound in vellum, with a black line near the 
edges and a colored plate on the front and back covers, no letter- 
ing, a black ornamental border around the vellum edge of the 
inside of the covers, and tissue guard papers between the text and 
plates. 

An American edition (small folio, pictorial cloth), text and plates, 
was issued in New York by R. H. Russell, 1898. 

The book was issued again in 1899, with the title-page dated 1900. 
The plates and verses are the same, but the calendar for 1900 is 
on a leaf at the end. 



THE VAMPIRE 

1897-1899 

146 

The New Gallery. Tenth Summer Exhibition 
Catalogue, 1897. 

Sextodecimo. Issued in gray paper wrappers. ''The Vam- 
pire," p. 8. 

The catalogue was published in April, 1897. The poem was written 
to accompany the description of the picture exhibited by Philip 
Burne-Jones. It was reprinted in The Daily Mail^ April 17, 
and in 'The New York Tribune, May 9, 1897. It appeared in 
The Critic, May 8, The Comet, May, The Philistine, July, 1897, 
and in many newspapers and magazines later. 

"The Vampire" was printed separately at the Adirondack Press, 
Gouverneur, New York, February; in The Critic, March; and by 
Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, 1898; Mansfield & Wessels, 
F. M. Buckles, Alex. Grosset, Barse & Hopkins, New York; R. G. 
Badger & Co., Boston; Doxey, San Francisco, and other small 
presses throughout the country. 

The poem was not included in Kipling's works, with his permission, 
until 1 91 9. It appeared, however, in Departmental Ditties, 
Brentano, 1898; in The Dipsy Chanty, Roycroft Press, 1898 



178 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1897 

and 1899; in Departmental Ditties, Mansfield & Wessels, T. Y. 
Crowell, New York, and Doxey, 1899; in l^he Cornhill Booklet^ 
1900, and other collections. 
The Manhattan Book Co. published "The Ballad of Reading Gaol" 
and **The Vampire" together in one volume, 1908. 



The Vampire 

Sextodecimo. Issued in cream-colored paper wrappers, with 
the title on the front cover. 

Collation: 2 leaves. — Text, pp. 2, 3; pp. i and 4 are blank; 
at the end of the poems is the imprint "Now privately re- 
printed at the Adirondack Press, Gouverneur, New- York, 
for Laurence C. Woodworth and his friends. Saint Valen- 
tine's Day, 1898." 

148 
The Vampire 

Octavo, measuring 6 by 8 inches. The Critic Leaflet, No. iv, 
March, 1898. 

Collation: 1 leaves. — Title and text, pp. 1-4; frontispiece, 
a reproduction of "The Vampire" by Burne-Jones. 



149 

The Vampire Rudyard Kipling [ornament] New 

York Anno Domini m dccc xcviii: M. F. Mansfield, 

Publisher 

Sextodecimo. Issued in cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 7 leaves. — Fore-title, title, fly-title, 3 leaves; text, 
printed on one side only, and limit notice, 4 leaves; fron- 
tispiece, *'The Vampire." 



1898] THE VAMPIRE 179 

The decorative cover and end papers were designed by Blanche 

McManus. 
Published in March, 1898. Five hundred copies were printed on 

Enfield deckle-edge paper and 125 on Japan paper, in paper 

wrappers, laid in gray boards with red cloth back, and tied with 

red ribbons. 



150 

The Vampire: A Poem By Rudyard Kipling Written 
for a picture by Philip Burne-Jones Exhibited at 
the New Gallery in London, 1897. [Washington, 
Woodward & Lothrop, 1898] 

Small octavo. Issued in buff paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered in red and black, tied with silk. On the back cover 
is the imprint *' Press of W. F. Roberts Washington." 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with imprint on verso, i leaf; 
text, printed on one side only, 3 leaves; frontispiece, **The 
Vampire," printed on shiny paper which, with tissue guard, 
forms the end papers. 

151 

The Vampire Rudyard Kipling [vignette] Privately 
Printed Boston i 



Sextodecimo. Issued in stiff paper wrappers, lettered from 
the types of the title-page, in an envelope printed from the 
same types. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title and text, 4 leaves; frontispiece, 
**The Vampire." A vignette designed by E. J. Clark, 
printed in red, occupies half of each page. 



l8o KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1898 



The Vampire Rudyard Kipling Boston, 1898 

Sextodecimo. Issued in stiff cream-colored paper, the front 
cover printed from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with note on verso, i leaf; text 
(one stanza to each page, with red initial letter), printed 
within a design, also in red, by J. P. Day, 3 leaves; frontis- 
piece, **The Vampire." 



153 

The Vampire. 

Large folio, measuring approximately 14 by 18 inches. 

Collation: 1 leaves. — Title with text on verso; illustration, 
''The Vampire," with verso blank. 

154 

The Vampire. [1899] 

Sheet of gray paper, measuring 12 by 24 inches, folded to 
three panels. 

Collation. — Title **The Vampire Rudyard Kipling [mono- 
gram AG in red] Copyright, 1899, ^Y Alex. Grosset & Co., 
II East 1 6th St., New York," with head of vampire in 
red and black at top, on recto of first panel, with three 
stanzas in red on verso; photogravure of the painting 
**The Vampire" on recto of second panel, with verso 
blank and with the first and third panels folded over it; 
the remaining three stanzas on recto of third panel, with 
verso blank. 



1899] THE VAMPIRE i8i 

The Vampire. Doxey. At the Sign of the Lark. 
San Francisco, 1899 

Duodecimo. With illustrations by Florence Lundborg. 
Another edition was issued by Doxey in 1901, illustrated by Lander 
Phelps. 



l82 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1897 

RECESSIONAL 

See frontispiece, 

A letter from Miss Sara Norton to her cousin, Dr. Francis 
BuUard of Boston, Massachusetts. 

Christmas Day, 1904. 
My dear Frank: 

If I could add something worthy to belong to it, to your delight- 
ful collection of books and pictures, it would be a great pleasure to 
me; — but since the Christmas trifles of the day do not seem to be- 
long to /V, the "Collection Bullard" — here is a trifle (till the day 
comes when I can give you a better!) that perhaps is worthy to be 
put in your copy of "The Seven Seas." 

When I was staying with R. K. he wrote the famous poem he 
afterwards called "The Recessional" — but it began in his head as 
"After," and this was a copy of the poem he began and then tossed 
aside. 

Now put it in your book; his autograph, where it belongs. 

Your affectionate 

S. 

The manuscript, with a large-paper copy of The Five Na- 
tions, where the poem was first collected by Kipling, was 
presented to Harvard College Library by Dr. Bullard. 

Kipling's contribution to the celebration of Queen Victoria's 
Diamond Jubilee, ** Recessional," was first printed in The 
Times, July 17, 1897. It has been reprinted in many news- 
papers and magazines, everywhere, and translated into 
many languages. It appeared in The Spectator y July 24; 
The Critic y July 31; McClure's Magazine , August; Litera- 
ture and The Journal of Education, November, 1897; The 
Ladies' Home Journal, with music by Reginald DeKoven, 
May; The Youth's Companion, October 27, 1898; The Out- 
look, January; The Studio, with illuminations, July, 1900. 

The Journal of Education printed it in Latin, February; in 
German, March, 1898; The Times, in Greek, November 13, 
1920. 



1897] RECESSIONAL 183 

The poem was printed separately by M. F. Mansfield and T^he 
Critic^ 1897; Frederick A. Stokes, New York, and Badger 
& Co., Boston, 1898; Doxey, San Francisco, 1899; '^^^ 
Studio^ 1900; T. Y. Crowell, Alex. Grosset, F. M. Buckles, 
Barse & Hopkins, New York, and other small presses. 

Before its inclusion in The Five Nations, 1903, it had been 
appropriated by M. F. Mansfield in Collectanea; by 
Brentano and by Doxey in Barrack-Room Ballads, 1898; 
by the Roycroft Press in The Dipsy Chanty, 1898 and 
1899; in T^he Cornhill Booklet^ 1900; and in many other 
pirated editions of the poems. 

It was reprinted in Recessional and Other Poems, London, 
1899; i^ Recessional and **Bobs," Godfrey A. S. Wiener, 
New York, 1900; and in The Absent-Minded Beggar, 
Recessional, and *'Bobs," P. F. Madigan, Glens Falls, and 
Elder & Shepard, San Francisco, 1900. 



RECESSIONAL 

1897-1915 

156 

Recessional By Rudyard Kipling A Victorian Ode 

[1897] 

Oblong octavo. Issued in gray, brown, or green paper wrap- 
pers, and on Japan paper, laid in boards, tied with red 
ribbons. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text (one stanza to each page, with decorations) and 
colophon, 3 leaves. 

This was issued by M. F. Mansfield. A second edition was issued in 
1898 with the imprint "M. F. Mansfield & A. Wessels." 

The cover and text are printed in red and black, with decorations by 
Blanche McManus. 



184 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1898 

Recessional By Rudyard Kipling A Victorian Ode 
Being Commemorative of the Queen's Jubilee 
MDCccxcvii M. F. Mansfield 22 East Sixteenth 
St., New York [1898] 

Twenty-fourmo. Issued in paper wrappers, and on Japan 
paper, laid in boards, tied with ribbons. 

Collation: 8 leaves. — Fore-title, title with copyright notice 
on verso, text and statement of issue, printed on one side 
only within red lines, 8 leaves. The decorations by Blanche 
McManus are used for the end papers. 

Two editions were issued in 1898. 

158 

Recessional A Victorian Ode by Rudyard Kipling 
With illustrations by Blanche McManus Pub- 
lished by M. F. Mansfield & A. Wessels eleven 
thirty-five Broadway New York [1899] 

Octavo. Issued in white cloth, untrimmed, the front cover 
lettered and decorated in red and gold. 

Collation: 14 leaves. — Title printed in red and black, fly- 
title, 2 leaves; text printed in red and black (one stanza to 
each leaf, with verso blank), 5 leaves; colophon and blank 
leaf, 1 leaves; 5 full-page plates printed in red, designed 
by Blanche McManus. The ornaments of the edition of 
1897 are used on the end papers, printed in red. 

Five hundred copies were printed. 



1898] RECESSIONAL 185 

Recessional 

Leaflet, measuring approximately 6 by lo inches, printed on 
one side only. The Critic Leaflet, No. i. New York, 1898. 
The title and Kipling's signature are printed in red. This 
was published in December, 1897. 

160 

Collection of ** Masterpieces" Rudyard Kipling 
Recessional With numerous original illustrations 
by W. St. John Harper and George T. Tobin 
[vignettel New York Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany Publishers [1898] 

Twenty-fourmo. Issued in paper wrappers, the title and or- 
naments on the front cover printed in red and gold. 

Collation: 48 leaves. — Fore-title, frontispiece, title with 
copyright notice on verso, 3 leaves; text and illustrations, 
printed on one side only, 43 leaves; the entire poem, 2 
leaves, numbered 93 and 95. 

161 

Recessional by Rudyard Kipling A Victorian Ode 
Boston 1898 

Duodecimo. Issued in cream-colored paper wrappers, the 
front cover lettered in red and black, with geometrical de- 
sign in red at top and bottom. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title and text, with geometrical de- 
sign at top and bottom of each page and initial letter in 
red, 4 leaves; frontispiece, portrait of Kipling. 



l86 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899 



162 

Recessional By Rudyard Kipling A Victorian Ode 
Privately Printed Boston 1899 

Duodecimo. Issued in cream-colored paper wrappers, tied 
with red silk, the front cover lettered in black and red, 
w^ith design of witch-hazel leaves and seed pods at the top 
and bottom. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title, text with design at top and bot- 
tom of each page and initial letter in red, 4 leaves; frontis- 
piece, portrait of Kipling. 

Recessional, with illustrations by Florence Lundborg, was issued by 
Doxey, San Francisco, 1899. 



163 

Recessional 

Broadside, measuring 8 by 10 inches, from The Studio^ July 
16, 1900. Illuminations by Mrs. E. M. Underwood. 



164 

Recessional. Buffalo New York. The Hayes Litho- 
graphing Co. 

Oblong sextodecimo, measuring 7§ by 4 inches. Issued in 
white boards, the front cover illuminated and lettered 
"Recessional, Kipling," the back cover lettered in gold 
"The Best Wishes Series." 

Collation: i leaf, pp. 16. — Blank leaf; illuminated title with 
colored illustration on verso, i leaf; text with vignettes 

and colored illustrations, pp. 3-14; blank leaf. 



I900] RECESSIONAL AND "BOBS" 187 

165 

Rudyard Kipling Recessional [1914] 

Foolscap quarto, tied with red silk cord, in envelope. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title on the front cover with verso 
blank, i leaf; text, pp. 3, 5, 7, with versos blank; imprint 
"Methuen & Co. Ltd. 36 Essex Street W. C. London " on 
the back cover; illuminations in color by Henrietta Wright. 

166 

Recessional [Methuen, 1914, 3<^net.] 

Broadside, measuring 15 by 10 inches, with eyelets for cord. 
The text is printed within a woodcut border of red lines, 
the title and author's name printed in red. 

Methuen also issued it on a small card; as a leaflet, 2 leaves; and 
as a booklet, 4 leaves. 

Illuminated copies of "Recessional" were made by Sangorski & 

Sutcliff, London. One copy, printed by hand in blue and black 

on vellum, is dated 191 5. 
The Life Story, Letters, and Reminiscences of Sir Arthur Sullivan, 

1899, contains the facsimile of a letter from Kipling, authorizing 

him to use "Recessional." 
Delhi — 1857. Its Siege, Assault, and Capture, by Colonel Keith 

Young, London, 1902, contains "Recessional." 

167 

RECESSIONAL AND "BOBS" 

Recessional and "Bobs*' Godfrey A. S. Wiener. 
New York. 1900. i Volume. Booklet form. Price 

10^. 



1 88 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1900 

Octavo. Issued in paper wrappers. 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title, i leaf; text, a stanza to each 
page, 5 leaves. 

168 
THE BOOK OF BEAUTY 

The Book of Beauty (Late Victorian Era) A Collec- 
tion of Beautiful Portraits with Literary, Artistic, 
and Musical Contributions by Men and Women of 
the Day Edited and Arranged by Mrs. F. Harcourt 
Williamson London Hutchinson & Co 34 Pater- 
noster Row 1897 
Folio. Issued in cloth and leather. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 189. — Fore-title, title with imprint 
on verso, preface, list of contributors, list of photogravures, 
list of portraits and illustrations, 6 leaves; text and plates, 
pp. 1-189. 

There was also an edition de luxe. 

"The Quest," 4 stanzas, contributed by Kipling, has not been re- 
printed, except in Fragmenta Condita, 1922. 

The second edition of The Book of Beauty, published in 1902, con- 
tains "Blue Roses" instead of "The Quest." 

The first, second, and fourth stanzas of" Blue Roses" had been used 
as a heading to Chapter vii in The Light that Failed, 1890. The 
entire poem was reprinted in Songs from Books, 191 2. 



1898] THE DAY'S WORK 189 

THE DAY'S WORK 
169 

AMERICAN EDITION 

The Day's Work By Rudyard Kipling Author of 

** Plain Tales from the Hills/' '*The Seven Seas/' 

**The Jungle Books," etc. [ornament] New York 

Doubleday & McClure Co. 1898 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, un trimmed, gilt top. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 432. — Fore-title, title printed 
within red and black lines with copyright notice on verso, 
contents, list of illustrations, 4 leaves; fly-title and text, 
pp. 1-43 1; p. 432 is blank; 8 illustrations, one by W. D. 
Stevens, 3 by W. L. Sonntag, 2 by E. L. Blumenschein, and 
2 by W. L. Taylor. 

Kiplir";^ made the design which is impressed on the front cover, and 
which is used on the regular trade edition published by Double- 
day & McClure Co. and Doubleday, Page & Co. 

The English edition was set up from the corrected proofs of the 
American edition; but the proofs were corrected a second time for 
the English edition, and a comparison shows many changes. In 
"The Brushwood Boy" many passages which were printed in 
'The Century Magazine are omitted. T^'he Academy ^Octohtv 15, 
1898, printed a facsimile of the first page of the manuscript of 
".007," showing many omitted portions. 

The sheets of the American edition were used for the Canadian, 
dated 1898. 



I90 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1898 

170 

ENGLISH EDITION 

The Day's Work By Rudyard Kipling London 
Macmillan and Co., Limited 1898 All rights re- 
served 
Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, gilt top.. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 381, i leaf. — Blank leaf, fore- title 
with publisher's device on verso, title and contents, 4 
leaves; text, without illustrations, pp. 1-38 1. Advertise- 
ments, I leaf. Advertisements, pp. 16, dated ''15, 9, 98," 
bound in at the end, not a part of the book. 

Contents 

The Bridge Builders. 

The Illustrated London NewSy Christmas number, 1893. 
A Walking Delegate. 

I'he Century Magaziney December, 1894. 
The Ship that Found Herself. 

The Idler, December, 1895; McClure's Magazine, March, 

1896. 
The Tomb of his Ancestors. 

Pearson Sy and McClure's Magazines, December, 1897. 
The Devil and the Deep Sea. 

The Graphic y Christmas number, 1 895; The Pocket Magazine, 

January, 1896. 
William the Conqueror. 

The Gentlewoman and The Ladies' Home Journal, December, 

1895, and January, 1896. 
.007. 

Scribners Magazine, August, 1897. 
The Maltese Cat. 

Pall Mall Gazette, June 26 and 27; Cosmopolitan, July, 1895. 
*' Bread upon the Waters." 

The Graphic, Christmas number; McC lure's Magazine, De- 
cember, 1896. This is not the story that was printed in The 



I90I] THIRTY ETCHINGS 191 

Civil ^ Military Gazette and included in The City of Dread- 
ful Night, 1890, and The Smith Administration, 1891. 

An Error in the Fourth Dimension. 
Cosmopolitan^ December, 1894. 

My Sunday at Home. 

The Idler ^ April (in March it was announced as "The Child 
of Calamity"); McClure's Magaziney]\ine.^ i895- 

The Brushwood Boy. 

The Century Magazine, December, 1895. '^^^ poem "Over 
the Edge of the Purple Dawn" was reprinted, with the title 
"The City of Sleep," in Songs from Books. 

The Day's Work, Edition de Luxe, Part 11, 1 899, contains " The Bold 
'Prentice," printed in The Youth's Companion, September 10, 
1895, and in Land and Sea Tales, 1923. 

The Day's Work, Outward Bound edition. Part i, 1899, contains 
"The Son of his Father," published in To-day, December, 1893, 
and January, 1894, and in Harper s Weekly. Part 11 contains 
"The Wreck of the Visigoth," published in The Civil ^ Military 
Gazette, April 25, 1889. 



"The Brushwood Boy" was issued separately, with illustrations by 
Orson Lowell, in 1899, and again, with illustrations by F. H. 
Townsend, in 1907. 

"The Brushwood Boy" and "The Maltese Cat" were printed to- 
gether in raised type. Braille system, for the Permanent Blind 
Relief War Fund, 1923. It was also issued with "They," in one 
volume, by Macmillan & Co., 1925. 



171 

A Series of Thirty Etchings By William Strang, 
Illustrating Subjects from the Writings of Rudyard 
Kipling [ornament] London Macmillan and Co., 
Limited 1901. 
Large folio. Issued in boards. 



192 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1901 

Collation: 1 leaves, 30 plates. — Title with "One Hundred 
copies of this Book have been Printed" on verso, i leaf; 
contents, i leaf; 30 plates. 

List of Illustrations 

I. Portrait of Kipling. 

1. The Finances of the Gods. (Life's Handicap.) 

3. On the City Wall. (In Black and White.) 

4. The Mark of the Beast. (Life's Handicap.) 

5. Toomai of the Elephants. (The Jungle Book.) 

6. William the Conqueror. (The Day's Work.) 

7. On Greenhow Hill. (Life's Handicap.) 

8. The Man Who Would be King.. (The Phantom 'Rickshaw.) 

9. The Man Who Would be King. (The Phantom 'Rickshaw.) 

10. A Disturber of Traffic. (Many Inventions.) 

11. The Mutiny of the Mavericks. (Life's Handicap.) 

12. "Bread upon the Waters." (The Day's Work.) 

13. The Miracle of Purun Bhagat. (The Jungle Book.) 

14. My Lord the Elephant. (Many Inventions.) 

15. Beyond the Pale. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 

16. The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes. (The Phantom 

'Rickshaw.) 

17. Reingelder and the German Flag. (Life's Handicap.) 

18. The Judgment of Dungara. (In Black and White.) 

19. The Undertakers. (The Jungle Book.) 

20. The House of Suddhoo. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 

21. IntheRukh. (The Jungle Book.) 

22. Bertran and Bimi. (Life's Handicap.) 

23. Without Benefit of Clergy. (Life's Handicap.) 

24. The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney. (Life's Handicap.) 

25. Lisbeth. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 

26. The Taking of Lungtungpen. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 

27. The Return of Imray. (Life's Handicap.) 

28. The Gate of the Hundred Sorrows. (Plain Tales from the 

Hills.) 

29. Moti Guj — Mutineer. (Life's Handicap.) 

30. A Matter of Fact. (Many Inventions.) 



1898] THE DESTROYERS 193 

THE DESTROYERS 

172 

COPYRIGHT EDITION 

The Destroyers. By Rudyard Kipling, Author of 
**The Jungle Book/' ''The Seven Seas/' ''Captains 
Courageous/' etc. [1898] 

The poem, in three columns on one side of a sheet of light- 
blue paper, measuring loj by 22| inches, and folded to 
quarto size, was printed for copyright purposes. 

Several copies were pulled from the types of McClures Magazine^ 
where the poem appeared in May, 1898. It was printed also in 
Windsor Magazine^ May; a facsimile of the manuscript was 
printed in The Critic^ September, 1898. The poem was collected 
in The Five Nations, 1903. 

173 

ENGLISH EDITION 

The Destroyers. A New Poem. By Rudyard 
Kipling. [London, 1898.] 

Quarto. Issued in gray paper wrappers, with the title and im- 
print on the front cover. 

Collation: 3 leaves. — Text, with illustrations by Charles F. 
de Lacey, pp. y-G of Windsor Magazine^ May, 1898. At 
the foot of p. 3 is ** Copyright, 1898, by Rudyard Kipling, 
in the United States of America." 



194 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1898 

THE SCHOOL BUDGET 

174 

Published Fortnightly by boys for boys. The School 
Budget Vol. I No. 13 [14] Horsmonden School 
Kent Price One Penny. 

Mimeographed sheets, measuring 8 by 6 inches, folded in the 
middle, and fastened with wire, making a pamphlet 4 by 
6 inches. Bound in pink paper wrappers, the title on the 
front cover. 

No. 13. May 14, 1898. 

Advertisement for Walter G. Brook, Tailor & Outfitter, on 
verso of the front cover. Advertisements for HoUoway's 
Pills and Ointment on the back cover, and for Mrs. Carey, 
Confectionery, and the Gun Hotel, Horsmonden, on recto. 

Collation: pp. 12. — Saucy and Piquant, May 14, 1898, p. i; 
Kipling letter, pp. 1-3; school notes, pp. 4, 5, 8-10; illus- 
trations, pp. 6, 7; puzzle competition, p. 10; cricket 
notes, p. II; village notes, p. 12. 

The number had a wonderful sale, and the editors were able to an- 
nounce in the next issue (No. 14) that because of the many 
applications for copies they had been forced to make the prices 
more and more prohibitive. They had only half-a-dozen copies 
unsold on hand, which they would sell at ']s 6d. 

There were two issues of the cover of No. 13. The sheet for the 
front and back was rewritten. In the haste to prepare this for 
printing, to meet the demand for extra copies, the regular form 
was not closely followed, and variations occur; and the advertise- 
ments inside the cover were omitted. 

The two lines at the top of the front cover are differently divided. 
The first issue, the regular form, has ** Published Fortnightly / by 
boys for boys." At the bottom "Price One Penny" is in the 



1899] THE SCHOOL BUDGET 195 

centre. The second issue has "Published Fortnightly by boys / 
for boys"; and ** Price One Penny" is to the left. 

No. 14. May 28, 1898. 

The advertisements in front and on the back of cover are 
the same as in No. 13. The upper part of recto of the 
back cover contains advertisements for Mrs. Carey and the 
Gun Hotel; the lower part contains an editorial note con- 
cerning the New Pavilion Fund. 

Collation: pp. 12. — Saucy and Piquant, May 28, 1898, p. i; 
The Lion's Cage, and letter from Max Beerbohm, p. 2; 
portrait of Kipling by Max Beerbohm, p. 3; Holiday Ad- 
ventures, by Gilbert L. Jessop, pp. 4,5; illustrations (More 
Village Celebrities), pp. 6, 7; The Cantab. A Review by 
the Early Bird, p. 8; school notes, pp. 9, 10; cricket notes, 
p. II; village notes, p. 12. 

Kipling's letter was reprinted in T^he Academy^ May 21; a por- 
tion of it was reprinted in 'The Critic^ June 4, 1898. 



AMERICAN EDITION 

The Budget A Reprint of the issues of May 14th 
and May 28th, 1898, containing Contributions By 
Rudyard Kipling and Max Beerbohm [ornament] 
Printed for and Published by M. F. Mansfield & 
A. Wessels New York, mdcccxcix 

Sextodecimo. Issued, untrimmed, in boards, with cloth back, 
top edges gilt. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 5-33, i leaf. — Title with copyright 
notice on verso, fly-title, 2 leaves; text, pp. 5-32; limit 
notice, p. '^'^\ blank leaf; 4 full-page illustrations, inserted. 



196 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899 

The end papers are facsimiles of the cover of The School 
Budget. Kipling letter, pp. 5-8; portrait of Kipling by 
Max Beerbohm, p. 21. 



THRO' THE YEAR WITH KIPLING 

176 

Thro' The Year with Kipling Being a Year-Book of 
Selections from the Earlier Works of Mr. Rudyard 
Kipling With Introduction and Bibliography [quo- 
tation from ** Thrown Away''] Boston Brown and 
Company, m dccc xcix. 
Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation; 4 leaves, pp. 144. — Fore- title, title with copy- 
right notice dated 1898 and imprint on verso, intro- 
duction, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-144; frontispiece, portrait of 
Kipling. 



177 

Through the Year With Kipling [quotation, 3 lines] 
Boston DeWolfe, Fiske & Co. [n.d.] 

Small octavo. Issued in cloth, with colored portrait of Kipling 
on the front cover. 

Collation: pp. 128, i leaf. — Title printed in red and black 
with imprint "Typography and Presswork by S. J. Park- 
hill & Co. Boston, U. S. A." on verso, and text, pp.i-128; 
blank leaf; 6 colored plates, inserted. 



1898] MAXIMS OF HAFIZ 197 

178 
A FLEET IN BEING 

A Fleet in Being Notes of Two Trips with the 
Channel Squadron By Rudyard Kipling London 
Macmillan and Co., Limited New York: The Mac- 
millan Company 1898 All rights reserved 

Octavo. Issued in blue paper wrappers, a vignette of a war- 
ship, by N. Wilkinson, on the front cover. Later issues 
were bound in cloth. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 84. — Fore- title, title, 2 leaves; text, 
pp. 1-77; notes, pp. 78-84. 

The six articles appeared originally in T^he Morning PostyNovemher 
5) 7> 8, 9, 10, II, 1898. They were not reprinted until 1913, in 
From Sea to Sea, Bombay edition. 

179 

CERTAIN MAXIMS OF HAFIZ 

Certain Maxims of Hafiz By Rudyard Kipling Pri- 
vately Printed Boston, 1898 

Duodecimo. Issued in blue cloth, with wreath of violets on 
the front cover, lettered in gold, untrimmed. 

Collation. — Title and text, 4 unnumbered leaves. The im- 
print and initial letters are printed in red. 

Editions were issued by R. G. Badger & Co., Boston, and M. F. 
Mansfield, New York, in 1898. 



198 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1898 

COLLECTANEA 

180 

Collectanea being certain reprinted Verses as 
written by Rudyard Kipling The Explanation The 
Vampire Mandalay Recessional The Three Cap- 
tains Set into type and imprinted for M. F. Mans- 
field, New York m d ccc xc viii 

Sextodecimo. Issued in green or red cloth, and in paper 
wrappers, untrimmed. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 9-34, i leaf. — Fore-tide, title, fore- 
word, fly-title, 4 leaves; text, pp. 9-32; limit notice, p. 22''> 
p. 34 is blank; blank leaf; fly-title before each poem, in- 
cluded in the pagination. 

Issued in July, 1898. Five hundred copies were printed on Enfield 
deckle-edge paper; 100 on Japan vellum, laid in board covers, 
tied with red ribbons. 

"The Vampire," first published in 1897, was not collected with Kip- 
ling's permission until in Inclusive Verse, 1919; "Recessional,'* 
published in 1897, was included in The Five Nations, 1903; "The 
Explanation" and "Mandalay" were included in Departmental 
Ditties, United States Book Co., 1890; "The Three Captains," 
with the title "The Rhyme of the Three Captains," was included 
in Barrack-Room Ballads, 1892. 

181 

** Collectanea'' Rudyard Kipling. The Caxton 
Brochures. Pittsfield^ in Berkshire, Massachusetts. 
[1908] 

Oblong octavo. Issued in brown paper wrappers, lettered in 
red and green. 



18983 DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES 199 

Collation: 12 leaves. — Text, 8 leaves; advertisements, 3 
leaves; frontispiece, portrait of Kipling, printed on half the 
sheet that forms the last leaf of advertisements. 

Contents 

L'EnvoI, ''What is the moral? Who rides may read." 
The Explanation. 
The Vampire. 
Recessional. 
Mandalay. 
The Three Captains. 
My Rival. 

L'Envoi, **I have eaten your bread and salt." 
These were also issued separately by the Caxton Society. 

DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES, THE 
VAMPIRE, ETC. 

182 

Departmental Ditties The Vampire, Etc. By 
Rudyard Kipling Published by Brentano's3i Union 
Square, New York [1898] 

Sextodecimo. Issued In pictorial cloth, the front cover lettered 
In red, the back In gold, untrimmed, gilt top. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 150, 3 leaves. — Blank leaf, fore-title 
with list of the Pomegranate Series on verso, title printed 
In red and black, and contents, 4 leaves; fly-title and text, 
pp. 1-146; 2 blank leaves, unnumbered; "Our Lady of the 
Snows," pp. 147-149; Imprint, p. 150; blank leaf. 

This collection contains Departmental Ditties, five ballads from 
Barrack-Room Ballads, "The Vampire," and "Our Lady of the 
Snows." 

**The Vampire" was published in newspapers and magazines in 
1897. "Our Lady of the Snows" was published in T^he "Times ^ 
April 27, and The Critic^ May 15, 1897, and was collected in The 
Five Nations, 1903. 



aoo KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1901 

183 

The Lark Classics Departmental Ditties The Vam- 
pire, etc. by Rudyard Kipling [device] Doxey's At 
the Sign of the Lark New York [1901] 

Sextodecimo. Issued in red morocco, the front cover lettered 
in gold, gilt top. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 9-159, 12 leaves. — Fore-title, title, 
contents, fly-title, 4 leaves; text, pp. 9-159. Advertise- 
ments, 12 leaves. 

The advertisements state, "No other collection contains 'The Vam- 
pire.'" The collection also contains "Our Lady of the Snows.** 
Both poems were included in Departmental Ditties, The Vampire, 
etc., by Brentano, 1898. 

MANDALAY 

184 

Mandalay By Rudyard Kipling With Drawings by 
Blanche McManus [ornament] Issued from the 
Publishing House of M. F. Mansfield and Com- 
pany, New York, 1898 

Duodecimo. Issued in grass cloth, the front cover lettered 
and ornamented in orange-red, untrimmed. 

Collation: 8 leaves. — Title, printed in red and black, with 
copyright notice on verso, and fly-title, 2 leaves; text, 
printed in black, with cuts and border lines in red, on one 
side of the leaf only, 6 leaves. Printed on pale-yellow 
paper, with pictorial end papers. 

The poem was first published in 'The Scots Observer, June 21, 1890, 
and was collected in Barrack-Room Ballads, 1890 and 1892. 



1898] A KIPLING CALENDAR 20l 

185 

Mandalay Rudyard Kipling With Illustrations By 

Robert Edgren [device] Doxey At the Sign of the 

Lark San Francisco [1899] 

Narrow octavo. Issued in brown boards, untrimmed. 

Collation: 22 unnumbered leaves. — 3 blank leaves; adver- 
tisement, fore-title, title, copyright notice, note on the 
illustrations, 5 leaves; text, with vignette below, printed 
on one side of leaf only, 12 leaves; imprint, i leaf; blank 
leaf; 2 full-page plates, inserted. 

This was also issued in parchment covers, with colored plates. 

186 

A KIPLING CALENDAR 

A Kipling Calendar [for 1899] With Twelve Draw- 
ings in color by Blanche McManus accompanying 
appropriate text from Barrack-Room Ballads and 
Departmental Ditties [portrait of Kipling and four 
lines of verse not by Kipling] M. F. Mansfield & 
Company New York [1898] 
Quarto. Thirteen leaves, tied with ribbon. 

The title, on recto of first leaf, is printed in red and black, with 
copyright notice on verso dated 1898. The calendar, one 
leaf for each month, contains a colored plate, and one 
stanza of text printed in red and black. 

The colored plates were used in Barrack-Room Ballads and Depart- 
mental Ditties, published by the same company in 1898. 
This calendar was printed also on Japan paper. 



202 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1898 

187 

THE CRUISE OF THE "CACHALOT" 

The Cruise of the ''Cachalot'' Round the World 

after Sperm Whales By Frank T. Bullen First Mate 

With Illustrations London Smith, Elder & Co., 

15 Waterloo Place 1898 (All rights reserved.) 

Octavo. Issued in cloth, trimmed. 

Collation: i leaf, pp. xx, 379, i leaf. — Blank leaf; fore-title, 
title, dedication with letter from Kipling on verso, preface, 
contents, list of illustrations, and introduction, pp. i-xx; 
text pp. 1-378; p. 379 is blank; blank leaf. 

The letter from Kipling to the author dated Rottingdean, Novem- 
ber 22, 1898, was reprinted in The Critic^ March, 1899. 
The American edition was published by D. Appleton & Co. 

188 

THE DIPSY CHANTY 

The Dipsy Chanty: and other selected Poems by 
Rudyard Kipling [1898] 

Octavo. The illuminated copies were issued in suede, un- 
trimmed; the plain copies were issued in cloth. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 9-92. — Blank leaf, title, contents, 
blank leaf, 4 leaves; text, pp. 9-90; colophon, p. 91 ; p. 92 
is blank. 

One hundred copies were printed in October, 1898, especially illumi- 
nated; 950 plain copies were printed in January, 1899, at the 
Roycroft Shop, East Aurora, New York. 

In the illuminated copies a leaf signed by Elbert Hubbard, giving 
the number especially illuminated, is inserted following the title- 



1899] BALLAD OF EAST AND WEST 203 

page. At the lower corner of page 9 is generally found the date, 
signed by the artist, some time in November or December, 1898. 

The Dipsy Chanty, from which the volume takes its name, was first 
published, with the title " The Last Chantey," in Pall Mall Maga- 
zine^ June, 1893, and was collected in The Seven Seas, 1896. 

"The Vampire," first published in the catalogue of the exhibition 
at the New Gallery, 1897, was included in Collectanea, M. F. 
Mansfield, July, 1898; "Recessional" was collected in Depart- 
mental Ditties, and "The Vampire" in Barrack-Room Ballads, 
both published by Brentano, 1898. The other poems were re- 
printed from Departmental Ditties and Barrack-Room Ballads, 
1892. 

The volume was suppressed by order of the court, and only about 
sixty copies got into circulation. 



BALLAD OF EAST AND WEST 

189 

Ballad of East and West By Rudyard Kipling With 
Drawings by Blanche McManus [ornament] Issued 
from the Publishing House of M. F. Mansfield and 
A. Wessels, New York City [1899] 

Duodecimo. Issued in grass cloth, untrimmed, the front 

cover lettered and ornamented in gold. 
Collation: 18 unnumbered leaves. — Fore- title, title, 1 leaves; 

text, printed in black, on one side of the leaf only, 1 1 leaves; 

5 full-page illustrations. Printed on pale-yellow paper, 

with ornaments and illustrations printed in red. 

The poem was printed in Macmillan s Magazine^ December; The 
Pioneer^ December 21, 1889; and was collected in Barrack- 
Room Ballads, 1892. 



204 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899 



190 

Standards IV, V. No. 45. Green's Scholastic Series 
of Poetry Cards, [n.d.] The Ballad of East and 
West. 

Octavo. Leaflet, pp. 4, with notes printed at the side. Im- 
print, "John Green & Sons, Publishers, Manchester; Lon- 
don: John Marshall & Co. John Hey wood." 



191 

THE BETROTHED 

The Betrothed *'You must choose between me and 
your cigar'' By Rudyard Kipling With Drawings 
by Blanche McManus [ornament] Issued from the 
Publishing House of M. F. Mansfield and A. 
Wessels, New York City [1899] 

Square duodecimo. Issued in brown boards, with yellow 
back, untrimmed, the front cover lettered in gold, the cut 
and *'With Drawings by Blanche McManus" printed in 
yellow. 

Collation: 12 unnumbered leaves. — Title with copyright 
notice on verso, fly-title, 1 leaves; text, printed in black 
with cut and border in yellow, on one side of the leaf only, 
9 leaves; notice of issue, i leaf. Pictorial end papers. 

Five hundred copies were printed on Strathmore deckle-edge paper, 
and 100 on Japan paper, laid in brown boards, tied with yellow 
ribbons. 



1899] A KIPLING NOTE BOOK 205 

192 

BLACK JACK 

Black Jack. By Rudyard Kipling. Neely's Book- 
let Series. No. 9. Feb. 27, 1899. Issued monthly, 
$5.00 a year. Entered as second-class matter at 
New York Post Office, [ornament] F. Tennyson 
Neely, Publisher, London. New York. 

Small octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers with black 
ornamental design. These were later bound in red cloth. 

Collation; 4 leaves, pp. 5-82, 21 leaves. — Blank leaf, leaf 
with list of books on verso, fore-title, title, 4 leaves; text, 
pp. 5-78; L'Envoi, "And they were stronger hands than 
mine," pp. 79-81; p. 82 is blank. Advertisements, 5 
leaves. Advertisements, 16 leaves, not a part of the book. 

This edition begins with the paragraph "There is a writer called 
Mr. Robert Louis Stevenson," etc., as originally printed in 
Soldiers Three, 1888, which was omitted when the text was re- 
vised in 1895. 

A KIPLING NOTE BOOK 

A Kipling Note Book Illustrations, Anecdotes, 
Bibliographical and Biographical facts anent this 
foremost writer of fiction. February 1899 to Jan- 
uary 1900. New York, M. F. Mansfield & A. 
Wessels. 

Small octavo. Issued in blue paper wrappers, lettered in red 
and black, each number with a separate title-page. 



2o6 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899 

Contents 
I. February, 1899. 

A list of the first Indian editions, and extracts from Kip- 
ling's books, pp. 1-16. 
II. March, 1899. 

The introductions to the Indian editions, and facsimiles of 
the covers, pp. 17-33. 

III. April, 1899. 

Anecdotes and extracts, pp. 34-48. 

IV. May, 1899. 

"Mulvaney Regrets," reprinted from the Yale Literary 
Magazine, 6 stanzas; the limerick from The Cantab, and a 
caricature of Kipling, "Gold cannot buy me,*' pp. 49-64. 
V. June, 1899. 

Extracts from letters to The School Budget and The 
Cantab, pp. 65-80. 

VI. July, 1899. 

Letter to Frank Bullen; extracts from "The Tempest** 
printed in The Spectator, pp. 81-96. 
VII. August, 1899. 

Letter from T. P.'s Weekly concerning the original of 
Mulvaney, continued in No. viii, pp. 97-112. 
VIII. September, 1899. 

The remaining portion of the letter concerning Mulvaney; 
the limerick from the magazine JVee Willie Winkie; "The 
Blind Bug," reprinted from The Academy, pp. 1 13-128. 

IX. October, 1899. 

Reviews and anecdotes, pp. 1 29-144. 

X. November, 1899. 

Verses to Captain Evans; Kipling's "Thanksgiving En- 
cyclical," pp. 145-160. 

XI. December, 1899. 

Some contributions to a bibliography of and about Rud- 
yard Kipling, and portraits of Kipling, pp. 1 61-176. 
XII. January, 1900. 

Continuation of Kipling bibliography; books about Kip- 
ling; list of magazine articles, pp. 177-188. 

These were later issued in book form with the title "Kiplingiana; 
Biographical and Bibliographical Notes anent Rudyard Kipling. 
New York, M. F. Mansfield & A. Wessels, 1899." 



1899] THE WHITE MAN'S BURDEN 207 

194 
GLOSSARY 

Glossary to Accompany Departmental Ditties as 

Written By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] M. F. 

Mansfield & A. Wessels New York, mdcccxcix. 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, lettered in gold. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 7-63. — Title with copyright notice 
on versOj fly- title, prefatory note, 3 leaves; text, pp. 7-63. 

The glossary was printed at the end of Departmental Ditties and 
Other Verses, sixth edition, 1891. This separately printed edition 
contains a few more words and several changes in the text. 

THE WHITE MAN'S BURDEN 

COPYRIGHT EDITION 

The White Man's Burden A Poem By Rudyard 

Kipling Copyright mdcccxcix By Rudyard KipHng 

All Rights Reserved The Doubleday and McClure 

Company mdcccxcix 

See reproduction of title-page. 

Duodecimo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, untrimmed, the 
front cover lettered in green *'The White Man's Burden." 

Collation: 30 leaves. — 2 blank leaves; fore- title, title, and fly- 
title, with blank leaves between, 6 leaves; text, 10 leaves, 
printed in black with green initial letter, on one side of 
leaf only, with blank leaves between, 20 leaves; 1 blank 







THE WHITE MAN'S 
BURDEN 



A POEM 

BY 

R:U-B¥A*D-K-I FLiN^ 



COPYRIGHT 
M DCCCXCIX 

B Y 
R U D Y A R D 
KIPLING 
ALL RIGHTS 
RESERVED 



THE DOUBLEDAY AND 
MCCLURE COMPANY 
MDCCCXCIX 



1899] THE WHITE MAN'S BURDEN 209 

leaves at end; facsimile of the manuscript of the poem, 
printed on bluish paper, inserted before the title. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes, but part of these 

were destroyed by Kipling's orders. 
The poem appeared in The TimeSy 'The New York Tribune^ and 

McClure's Magaziney February, 1899, and was included in The 

Five Nations, 1903. 
A few copies were pulled from the types of McClure^s Magazine, on 

stiff paper of various colors, pp. 2, folio. 
The poem has been put into "point print" for the blind. 



196 

ENGLISH EDITION 

The White Man's Burden By Rudyard Kipling 

London Printed for Private Circulation 1899 

Duodecimo. Issued in lilac paper wrappers. 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Blank leaf, title with copyright notice 
on verso, 2 leaves; text, pp. 5-8; 2 blank leaves. 

This is not the copyrighted edition, as has been stated so often, but 
a pirated edition, and many copies were printed. 



197 

PIRATED EDITION 

Explanation, Parody and Criticism of Rudyard 
Kipling's Celebrated Poem *'The White Man's 
Burden" Published in McClure's Magazine for 
February. Copyrighted by the Author. The Cream 
of the Daily Press CHppings Since Poem Appeared 



2IO KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899 

Compiled by F. B. Whipple & Co., Printers 308 
Dearborn Street, Chicago. [1899] 

Octavo. Issued in green paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered in brown within brown borders. 

Collation: 10 leaves, fastened with wire. — Portrait of Kipling 
with two poems, ''Rudyard Kipling" and '*A Prayer," on 
verso, I leaf; text of **The White Man's Burden," with ex- 
planation and interpretation, press notices, and parodies, 
9 leaves. 

Kipling's agent brought suit against the Whipple Co. for using the 
title and for printing the poem without permission. By order of 
the court the two leaves containing the poem were torn from the 
entire edition of 1500 copies, which was ready for distribution the 
last of April. 

198 

RECESSIONAL AND OTHER POEMS 

Recessional And Other Poems By Rudyard Kipling 
London mdcccxcix 

See reproduction of tide-page. 

Square octavo. Issued in white buckram, without lettering or 
ornament. 

Collation: 20 leaves. — Leaf with limit notice on verso, and 
title, 2 leaves; fly-title ** Recessional," and text, 3 leaves; 
fly-title "White Horses," and text, 5 leaves; fly-title "The 
Old Issue," and text, 5 leaves; fly-title "The Absent- 
Minded Beggar," and text, 4 leaves; blank leaf at end to 
complete the signature. Printed on one side of the leaf 
only. 

Contents 
Recessional. 

The TimeSy July 17, 1897; reprinted in many pirated editions 

of the poems; The Five Nations, 1903. 



Recessional 

and 

Other Poems 

by 

Rudyard Kipling 



London 
Mdcccxcix 



212 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899 

White Horses. 

Literature^ October 23, 1897; separately, 1898; The Five 
Nations, 1903. 

The Old Issue. 

The Times ^ September 29; separately, and McClure's Maga- 
zine j November, 1899, with the title "The King"; The 
Five Nations, 1903. 

The Absent-Minded Beggar. 

The Daily Mail^ October 31, 1899; With Number Three, 
1900; The Seven Seas and The Five Nations, Bombay edi- 
tion, vol. XXII, 1 914. 

Twenty-five copies were printed. 

199 

MULVANEY STORIES 

Rudyard Kipling. Mulvaney Stories Philadelphia 

Henry Altemus [1899] 

Small octavo. Issued in cloth, trimmed. 

Collation: pp.232. — Blank leaf; text, pp. 3-230; blank 
leaf. Series title, frontispiece, and title-page inserted. 

The collection contains twelve stories: 
Six from Soldiers Three: 

The Three Musketeers, The Taking of Lungtungpen, The 

Daughter of the Regiment, The God from the Machine, 

Private Learoyd's Story, The Madness of Private Ortheris; 
Four from In Black and White: 

The Solid Muldoon, With the Main Guard, Black Jack, The 

Big Drunk Draf; 
Two from Life's Handicap: 

The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney, The Courting of 

Dinah Shadd. 

Later, another volume with the same title was issued by Henry 
Altemus, but it lacks the two stories from Life's Handicap. This 
selection was also issued by the F. M. Lupton Publishing Co., 
New York. 



1899] KIPLING'S FIRST BOOK 213 

200 
KIPLING KALENDAR 

Kipling Kalendar for 1900. Harper and Brothers, 

New York [1899] 

Folio card, with quotations for each day. 

The upper part of the card contains an embossed plate, show- 
ing a group of the principal characters in The Jungle Book, 
and a portrait of Kipling, flanked by two elephants, de- 
signed and modelled by John Lockwood Kipling. The 
bunch of quotations is fastened below the portrait. 

201 
KIPLING'S FIRST BOOK 

Rudyard Kipling's First Book Twenty copies 
separately printed from the types of The Book- 
man. 1899. 

Sextodecimo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered from the types of the title-page, a reduced 
facsimile of the first edition of Departmental Ditties on the 
back cover. 

Collation: pp. 32. — Title, i leaf; text, pp. 3-32, 

This is one of a series of articles on First Books of Great Authors 
by Luther S. Livingston, printed in The Bookman^ December, 
1899. A few copies were printed separately for private distri- 
bution. 

It contains several poems, "Roses," "The Dusky Crew," "A Mis- 
take by R***** B*******," "Waytinge," "The Worst of It," 
"Lines Written in a Copy of Echoes," and extracts from other 
pieces in verse and prose which Kipling contributed to The 
United Services College Chronicle. 



214 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899 

202 

A KEN OF KIPLING 

A Ken of Kipling Being A Biographical Sketch of 

Rudyard Kipling, with an Appreciation and Some 

Anecdotes By Will M. Clemens Author of [2 lines 

and device] New Amsterdam Book Company 156 

Fifth Avenue New York mdcccxcix. 

Octavo. Issued in yellow cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 9-141, i leaf. — Title with copyright 
notice on verso, dedication, list of illustrations, contents, 
4 leaves; text, pp. 9-141; blank leaf ; portrait of Kipling. 

The text includes two stanzas of the poem to James Whitcomb 
Riley; the interview between Kipling and Mark Twain, reprinted 
from "^he New York Herald^ August 17, 1890; Kipling's regrets 
to the Aldine Club, with a pen-and-ink drawing, dated January 
26, 1895. "The Vampire" and "Recessional" had been collected 
in Collectanea, M. F. Mansfield, 1898. Other verses and letters 
appeared in A Kipling Note Book, Mansfield & Wessels, 1899. 
Kipling denied having written the poem to Julia Marlowe which 
is included. 

203 

THE TOILERS 

The Toilers and L'Envoi By Rudyard Kipling 

New York Barse & Hopkins Pubhshers. [1899] 

Duodecimo. Issued in cloth. 

Collation: 12 leaves. — Title and text printed within green 
borders on one side of the leaf only; portrait of Kipling. 

**The Toilers" is "L'Envoi" from The Seven Seas, "When earth's 
last picture is painted." "L'Envoi" is that from Departmental 
Ditties, "The smoke upon your altar dies." 



1899] KIPLING'S POEMS 215 

204 

KIPLING'S POEMS 

Kipling's Poems Edited, with an Introductory 
Essay, by Wallace Rice, Fully Annotated [orna- 
ment with **R K" in red and black] Chicago Star 
Publishing Company mdcccic 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, the front and back covers lettered 
and ornamented in gold. 

Collation: pp. xxvi, 249. — Fore-title, title with copyright 
notice on verso, publisher's note, introductory essay and 
poem by Wallace Rice, contents, pp. i-xxvi; fly- title and 
text, pp. 1-243; index to first lines, pp. 245-249; frontis- 
piece, portrait of Kipling. 

The volume contains Departmental Ditties, Barrack-Room Ballads 
and Other Verses, Verses from the Prose Works, and Later 
Verses. 

The Verses from the Prose Works include all headings and verses in 
the text of the stories printed before 1891, — everything, Shake- 
speare, Longfellow, Bret Harte, Christina Rossetti, Robert and 
Mrs. Browning, — all attributed to Kipling. 

Among the Later Verses are "The Vampire," "Recessional," 
"Quebec" (the stanza omitted when "The Song of the English" 
was reprinted in The Seven Seas), and "'Rudyard' and 'Kip- 
ling *" (printed in newspapers and collected in l^he Cornhill Book- 
lety 1900, but never collected by Kipling). 

For some reason the title-page was torn out and another inserted. 
This second title-page has the imprint "Chicago George M. Hill 
Company." The book was copyrighted by Robert M. Patton, 
but only the preliminary matter could be copyrighted. 

In 1 91 2 the headings by Kipling were included in Songs from 
Books. 



21 6 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899 

205 
TEN GEMS 

Ten Gems from Kipling F. M. Buckles and Com- 
pany Publishers 9 and 11 East Sixteenth Street 
New York City. [1899] 

Octavo. Issued in gray boards, untrimmed, gilt top, the 
front cover lettered in red and black on a white label edged 
with red. Below the lettering are the heads of the kite, 
elephant, and lion, among ferns and pines. 

Collation; 3 leaves, pp. 5-72. — Fore-title, title, contents 
with printer's ornament on verso, 3 leaves; fly-title, and 
text, with large initial letter printed in green, within brown 
border-lines, pp. 5-69; leaf numbered 71, 72; portrait of 
Kipling, and illustration "The Vampire." End papers 
ornamented with the three heads printed in brown. 

Contents 
Recessional. 
The Vampire. 
"Tommy." 
" Fuzzy-Wuzzy." 
Belts. 

Danny Deever. 
The Betrothed. 
Mandalay. 
Gunga Din. 
The Undertaker's Horse. 

The poems were first issued separately in the series Kipling Booklets, 
printed in two colors (blue, green, or red, and brown), with orna- 
ments, and bound in colored paper wrappers, tied with silk. 
Each booklet contains the portrait. 

The plates were taken over by F. M. Buckles's son-in-law, Alex. 
Grosset, New York, who also issued them, with his imprint. 



1899: A KIPLING PRIMER 217 

206 

THE STRANGE RIDE OF MORROWBIE JUKES 

Kipling Masterpieces The Strange Ride of Morrow- 
bie Jukes By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] F. M. 
Buckles & Company 9 and 11 East Sixteenth Street 
New York mdcccxcix 

Twenty-fourmo. Issued in imitation leather, the front cover 
lettered in gold, gilt top. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 5-80, 3 leaves. — Blank leaf, fore- 
title, title printed in black and red, 3 leaves; text, pp. 5- 
80; list of Kipling Booklets, i leaf; 2 blank leaves. 

The series Kipling Masterpieces contains five stories: "Without 
Benefit of Clergy," "The Man Who Would be King," "The In- 
carnation of Krishna Mulvaney," "The Courting of Dinah 
Shadd," and "The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes." All but 
the last one had been printed separately by Brentano and by 
Doubleday & McClure Co. 

207 

A KIPLING PRIMER 

A Kipling Primer Including Biographical and Criti- 
cal Chapters, an Index to Mr. Kipling's Principal 
Writings, and Bibliographies By Frederick Law- 
rence Knowles Editor of ** Golden Treasury of 
American Lyrics," etc. Boston Brown and Com- 
pany 1899 
Octavo. Issued in cloth. 



21 8 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 7-219, i leaf. — Blank leaf, fore- 
title, title with copyright notice and imprint on verso, 
dedication, 4 leaves; prefatory note, contents, text, pp. 7- 
219; blank leaf; portrait of Kipling. 

This contains a letter to the press, April 2, 1899, from Kipling, 
acknowledging the sympathy and kindness shown him during his 
illness, and the letter to the papers concerning Out of India 
published by G. W. Dillingham in 1895. 

208 

AN ATTEMPT AT APPRECIATION 

Rudyard Kipling An Attempt at Appreciation by 

G. F. Monkshood (W. J. Clarke) London Greening 

& Co., 2O5 Cecil Court, Charing Cross Road, W. C. 

1899 (^11 rights reserved) 

Octavo. Issued, untrimmed, in cloth. 

Collation; 5 leaves, pp. 11-236. — Fore-title, title with im- 
print on verso, dedication, preface, contents with facsimile 
of letter on verso, 5 leaves; text, pp. 11-236; frontispiece, 
portrait of Kipling by Maxwell; portrait by Nicholson, in- 
serted. 

The preface contains a letter from Kipling to the author, and a 
facsimile of another letter from Kipling is on verso of the con- 
tents leaf. Both were printed in T^he Star, June, 1899. 

THE BRUSHWOOD BOY 
209 

AMERICAN EDITION 

The Brushwood Boy [at the top of a decorated 
square printed in green] By Rudyard Kipling With 



1907] THE BRUSHWOOD BOY 219 

Illustrations by Orson Lowell New York Double- 
day and McClure Company 1899 

Octavo. Issued in dark-gray cloth with decorations in green 
and silver, lettered in gold, untrimmed, gilt top. 

Collation: 5 leaves, pp. 119. — Fore- title, colored frontispiece, 
title printed in color with copyright notice and imprint on 
verso, list of illustrations, and fly- title, 5 leaves; text, pp. 
1-119. The title-page is inserted; the illustrations are 
included in the pagination. Pictorial end papers printed 
in dark green; "The Brushwood Boy" printed across the 
bottom of the front leaf, "Rudyard Kipling" across the 
leaf at the end. 

210 

The Brushwood Boy By Rudyard Kipling Pri- 
vately Printed 1903 
Octavo. Printed on vellum. 

Collation: i leaf, pp. 6-83. — Title printed in red with verso 
blank, i leaf; text, pp. 6-83. 

One copy was printed for a book lover by R. R. Donnelley & Sons, 
Chicago. A second copy was pulled by the printer who had the 
matter in charge, for himself. 

211 

ENGLISH EDITION 

The Brushwood Boy By Rudyard Kipling With 
Illustrations by F. H. Townsend Macmillan and 
Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, London 1907 

Octavo. Isisued in cloth, lettered and ornamented in gold, 
gilt top. 



220 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1907 

Collation: 92 leaves. — Blank leaf, fore-title, title, list of 
illustrations, 4 leaves; text, leaves numbered 5-92, printed 
on one side only; 12 colored plates, inserted, not included 
in the pagination. 

This edition was published also in America, by Doubleday, Page & 
Co., in 1907. 

212 
CRUISERS 

Cruisers A Poem By Rudyard Kipling Copyright 
MDCCCxcix By Rudyard Kipling All Rights Re- 
served The Doubleday and McClure Company 

MDCCCXCIX 

Duodecimo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, untrimmed, 
the front cover lettered ** Cruisers" in green. 

Collation: 20 leaves. — 2 blank leaves; half-title and blank 
leaf, title and blank leaf, fly-title and blank leaf, 6 leaves; 
text, leaves numbered at the foot 4-9, printed on one side 
only, with blank leaf between every 2 leaves of text, 12 
leaves. The initial letter is printed in green. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 

The poem was published in 'The Morning Post, August 14, 1899, and 

collected in The Five Nations, 1903. 
There is also a broadside, measuring 9 by 1 1 inches, with the poem, 

II stanzas. 

213 

THE KING 

The King By Rudyard Kipling (Copyright, 1899, 
by Rudyard Kipling) 

Small quarto. Issued in brown paper wrappers, the white 
paper label on the front cover lettered "The King by Rud- 
yard Kipling." 



1899] DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES 221 

Q)llation: 6 leaves. — Blank leaf; title, as above, and 4 stanzas 
on recto of second leaf, with verso blank; recto of third 
leaf is blank, with 5 stanzas on verso; 4 stanzas on recto of 
fourth leaf, with verso blank; 2 blank leaves. 

Only a very few copies were printed for copyright purposes. The 
poem was published in The Times and The New York Tribune, 
September 29, 1899, with the title "The Old Issue," and in 
McClure's Magazine, November, with the title "The King." 
The types of this copyright edition are not those of the maga- 
zine. 

The poem was reprinted in The Five Nations, 1903, with the title 
"The Old Issue." Sixteen new lines were prefixed to the poem. 



214 

DEPARTMENTAL DITLIES AND BALLADS 
AND BARR.ACK-ROOM BALLADS 

Departmental Ditties and Ballads and Barrack- 
Room Ballads By Rudyard Kipling [device] New 
York Doubleday & McClure Co. 1899 

Octavo. Issued, untrimmed, in green cloth. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 11-167; 4 leaves, pp. 1-217, i leaf. — 
Fore-title "Departmental Ditties and Other Verses," with 
Kipling's signature and swastika within a circle on verso, 
title with copyright notices and imprint on verso, contents, 
prelude, fly-title, 6 leaves; text, pp. 11-167. Fore-title 
"Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads," dedication to Wol- 
cott Balestier, and preface, 4 leaves; fly-title "Ballads," 
and text, pp. 1-2 17; blank leaf. 

The text of the first portion was revised. Ballads and Barrack- 
Room Ballads was printed from the plates of the Macmillan 
edition of 1893. 



211 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899 

ST.^KY & CO. 
215 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Stalky & Co. By Rudyard Kipling Author of 
*' Plain Tales from the Hills," "The Seven Seas/' 
*'The Jungle Books," ''The Day's Work," etc. [de- 
vice] New York Doubleday & McClure Co. 1899 
Octavo. Issued in green cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 312. — Blank leaf, fore-title, title 
printed within red and black lines, dedication to Cormell 
Price, prefatory poem, contents, list of illustrations, 8 
leaves; text, pp. 1-310; blank leaf; 8 illustrations by L. 
Raven-Hill. 

216 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Stalky & Co. By Rudyard Kipling London Mac- 
millan and Co., Limited 1899 AH rights reserved 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, gilt top. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 272, i leaf. — Fore-title, title, dedi- 
cation, prefatory poem, and contents, 6 leaves; text, pp. 
1-272. Advertisements, i leaf 

This is the first volume of the Uniform edition, with the elephant's 
head in gold on the front cover, and with the title printed within 
red lines. 

The two editions were issued about the same time. The English 
edition is not illustrated, although the illustrations appeared in 
the English magazines, and the chapters are not numbered in the 
Contents. 



1899] STALKY & CO. 223 

The English edition has a heading, four lines from Newbolt, to 

"A Little Prep," not in the American edition. 
In the prefatory poem beginning "Let us now praise famous men," 
one line differs in stanza 6. The i\merican edition reads: 
(Of one muster all of us — 
Of one master all of us — ) 
where the English edition reads: 

(Of one muster all of us), 
Diligent in that he does. 
This poem was printed in Harper s Weekly ^ September 30, 1899. 

Contents 
"In Ambush." 

McC lure's Magazine, August; Pearson's Magazine y December, 

1898. 
Slaves of the Lamp, Part i. 

Cosmopolis, April; McClure's Magazine, August, 1897. 
An Unsavory Interlude. 

Windsor, and McClure's Magazines, January, 1899. 
The Impressionists. 

Windsor, and McClure's Magazines, February, 1899. 
The Moral Reformers. 

Windsor, and McClure's Magazines, March, 1899. 
A Little Prep. 

Windsor, and McClure's Magazines, April, 1899. 
The Flag of their Country. 

McClure's, and Pearson s Magazines, May, 1899. 
The Last Term. 

Windsor, and McClure's Magazines, June, 1899. 
Slaves of the Lamp, Part 11. 

Cosmopolis, May; McClure's Magazine, August, 1897. 

One story, "Stalky," published in Windsor, and McClure's Maga- 
zines, December, 1898, was not reprinted until in Land and Sea 
Tales for Boys and Girls, 1923. 

"Slaves of the Lamp" was printed separately to hold the copyright 
in 1897. 

Another "Stalky & Co," story, "Regulus," was published in Metro- 
politan, and Nash's Magazines for April, 191 7, and was collected 
in A Diversity of Creatures, 1917. "The United Idolators," a 
"Westward Ho !" story, was published in Hearst's International 



224 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899 

MagazinCy June, 1924. "The Propagation of Knowledge" was 
published in McCalVs^ and T^he Strand Magazine ^ January, 1926. 

Some of the characters appear in other stories: **The Conference of 
the Powers," in Many Inventions, 1893; "A Deal in Cotton," in 
Actions and Reactions, 1909; "Letters on Leave," in Abaft the 
Funnel, 1909; "Honours of War," in A Diversity of Creatures, 
1917. 

T^he Youth's Companion, October 19, 1893, contained an account of 
"Westward Ho!" with the title "An English School." It is a 
beautiful tribute to Cormell Price, headmaster of the United 
Services College, to whom" Stalky & Co." is dedicated, and was 
reprinted in Land and Sea Tales for Boys and Girls, 1923. 

217 

HIS MAJESTY THE KING : WEE WILLIE WINKIE 

His Majesty The King Wee Willie Winkie By 
Rudyard Kipling Illustrated by J. W. Kennedy 
[ornament] Boston Dana Estes & Company Pub- 
lishers. [1899] 
Octavo. Issued in cloth. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 11-57. — Fore-title with list of The 
Young of Heart Series on verso, frondspiece, title with 
copyright notice and imprint on verso, list of illustrations, 
4 leaves; text, pp. 11-57; 4 illustrations, included in the 
pagination. 

These were issued separately in The Young of Heart Series. 

218 

THE ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR 

Rudyard Kipling's New Poem. The Absent- 
Minded Beggar, [portrait of Kipling] Rudyard 
Kipling, [ornament]. 



1899] THE ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR 225 

Folio leaflet, measuring approximately 8 by 8 inches. 

Collation: pp. 4. — Title, p. i; text, pp. 2-3; p. 4 is blank. 

Probably issued for recruiting purposes by T^he Daily Mail, where 
it first appeared October 31, 1899. 

219 

The Absent-Minded Beggar. Music by Sir Arthur 
Sullivan, [portraits of the author and composer 
printed in red on the front cover] London: Alham- 
bra Theatre, November I3th5 1899. 

Printed for distribution at the Alhambra Theatre, November 13, 
where the song was first given to the public, sung by Mr. John 
Coates. 

220 

The Absent-Minded Beggar. Words by Rudyard 

Kipling. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Published by 

Enock Sons. [November 25, 1899] 

Sheet music, fastened with blue ribbon, 5 leaves. 

On the front cover is the following statement: 

"The whole of the proceeds of this edition, 75,000 copies or for 
singing rights go without deduction to the wives and children of 
Soldiers and Sailors of all arms and grades now in active service." 



221 

The Absent-minded Beggar By [portrait of Kipling] 
Rudyard Kipling [1899] 

Folio sheet, folded to form three panels. 
Collation: Title, with facsimile of two stanzas of poem 
on verso; illustration by Caton Woodville, with printer's 



228 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1900 

THE ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR 
RECESSION.AL, "BOBS" 

22s 

The Absent-Minded Beggar 1899 Recessional 1897 

**Bobs" 1893 By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 

Glens Falls, N. Y. P. F. Madigan. m.c.m. 

Folio. 

Collation: pp. 4. — Title, printed in red and black, p. i; 
"The Absent-Minded Beggar," p. 2; "Bobs," p. 3; "Re- 
cessional," p. 4. Initial letters printed in red. 

Three hundred copies were printed at Glens Falls, February, 1900. 

226 

The Absent-Minded Beggar 1899 Recessional 1897 

**Bobs" 1893 By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 

D. P. Elder and Morgan Shepard San Francisco 

1900. ''Supplement to Personal Impressions April, 

1900" 

Quarto leaflet, printed in red and black. 

Collation: 1 unnumbered leaves. — Title, with "The Absent- 
Minded Beggar" on verso, and "Bobs," with "Reces- 
sional" on verso, 2 leaves. 



1899] FROM SEA TO SEA 229 

FROM SEA TO SEA 

227- 

AMERICAN EDITION 

From Sea To Sea Letters of Travel By Rudyard 
Kipling [ornament] Vol. I. [Vol. II.] [quotation] 
New York Doubleday & McClure Company 1899 

Octavo. Two volumes. Issued in green cloth, two dolphins 
entwined blind-stamped on the front cover. 

Collation: 

Vol. i: 8 leaves, pp. 460, 2 leaves. — Blank leaf, fore-title, 

title with copyright notice and imprint on verso, preface, 

and contents, 8 leaves; fly-title and text, pp. 1-460; 2 blank 

leaves. 

Vol. 11: 6 leaves, pp. 400. — Blank leaf, fore-title, title with 

copyright notice and imprint on verso, contents, 6 leaves; 

fly- title and text, pp. 1-400. 

The American edition was published in June, 1899; the English 
edition in March, 1900. 

Among the books in the list issued by Macmillan & Co. in 1891 
is "The Book of the Forty-five Mornings by Kipling, in prepa- 
ration." This was not Life's Handicap, issued by Macmillan & 
Co. in 1 89 1, but From Sea to Sea, "Selections from another, 
prepared but never published." American Notes was issued by 
Ivers & Co. in 1891. This may have been the reason why it was 
not published until 1899 in From Sea to Sea. 

Two curious errors were made in the American edition, which were 
corrected in later editions: vol. 11, p. 90, line 12, "fifteen feet" 
was corrected to "fifteen hundred feet"; p. 153, line 7 from bot- 
tom, "carcasses tacked round her" was changed to "carcasses 
packed round her." The English edition has "carcasses stacked 
round her." 

The sheets and binding of the American edition were used for the 
Canadian edition, 1899. 



230 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1900 

228 

ENGLISH EDITION 

From Sea to Sea and Other Sketches Letters of 
Travel By Rudyard Kipling Vol. I [Vol. II] [quo- 
tation] London Macmillan and Co., Limited 1900 
All rights reserved 

Octavo. Two volumes. Issued in red cloth, trimmed, gilt top. 
Collation: 

Vol. i; 8 leaves, pp. 498, i leaf. — Fore-title, title, preface, 
contents, fly-title, 8 leaves; text, pp. 1-497; imprint, p. 498. 
Advertisements, i leaf. 

Vol.11: 6 leaves, pp. 438, i leaf. — Fore-title, title, con- 
tents, fly-title, 6 leaves; text, pp. 1-438. Advertisements, 
I leaf. 

The volumes contain Letters of Marque, From Sea to Sea, The 
City of Dreadful Night, and The Smith Administration. 

Letters of Marque, The City of Dreadful Night, and The Smith Ad- 
ministration were printed separately in 1891, but immediately 
suppressed. The City of Dreadful Night and Letters of Marque 
were reprinted in Out of India by G. W. Dillingham, New York, 

1895-. 
The Smith Administration is reprinted here for the first time. Two 
stories, "The Tracking of Chuckerbutti" and "Bread upon the 
Waters," included in the volume of 1891, are omitted. 

The From Sea to Sea letters were written for 'The Pioneer during 
Kipling's journey with Professor and Mrs. Hall of Allahabad, 
through China, Japan, and the United States, to England, in 
1889. Lhe professor is often mentioned in the letters. 

The first letter was printed in l^he Pioneer and T^he Pioneer Mail^ 
April 17, 1889; the last one, in T^he Pio?2eer^ April i, and 'The 
Pioneer Mail, April 2, 1890. One letter, No. viii, June 18, 1889, 
was not printed in The Pioneer Mail. 



I900] FROM SEA TO SEA 231 

As published in book form the matter is much condensed: several 
letters were omitted entirely, and portions, sometimes of con- 
siderable length, were omitted from every letter. 

Of the omitted letters. No. xvii contains a description of "The 
Nautch of the Cherry Blossoms," one of the best descriptions 
of Japan in the letters; No. xxv includes an unnumbered letter, 
criticizing American journalism; No. xxix describes the western 
town, Tacoma-on-the-Boom; No. xxxix, on the visit with the 
professor to Chautauqua, was reprinted in Abaft the Funnel, 

No. XXXVII, on Kipling's visit to Mark Twain, is not one of the 
original From Sea to Sea letters, but was published in l^he New 
York Herald, August 17, and 'The Civil ^ Military Gazette, Sep- 
tember 23, 1890. 

Four copies were made from the untrimmed sheets of the American 
edition, interleaved, containing the omitted passages in type- 
written manuscript, the minor changes of a word here and there 
inserted in red ink. The omitted portions are perhaps a third 
of the material as originally printed. 

Letter-press copies of all the letters to 'The Pioneer, some of which 
were not printed, with many photographs to illustrate them, have 
been preserved. 

In 1899 The Lovell Co., New York, published in the Lotus edition 
four volumes containing these articles in From Sea to Sea, follow- 
ing this revised text. L Letters of Marque contains also The 
Smith Administration. IL Letters from the East contains letters 
Nos. I to XXII, without the headings. These are the letters written 
before Kipling left Japan. IIL American Notes contains the re- 
maining letters, Nos. xxiii to xxxvi, numbered i to xvi, without 
the headings. These begin with Kipling's arrival in San Fran- 
cisco. IV. The Courting of Dinah Shadd and Other Stories con- 
tains, besides that story and **A Conference of the Powers," the 
remaining portions of the From Sea to Sea volumes, "Among 
the Railway Folk," "In an Opium Factory," and "The City 
of Dreadful Night." 



232 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1900 

229 

ECCENTRICITIES OF GENIUS 

Eccentricities of Genius Memories of Famous Men 

and Women of the Platform and Stage By Major 

J. B. Pond G. W. Dillingham Company Publishers 

New York [1900] 

Octavo. Issued in cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: pp. xxviii, 564. — Tide printed in red and black, 
dedication, contents, illustrations, acknowledgments, 
preface, introduction, and fly-title, pp. i-xxviii; text, pp. 
1-564. The plates are not included in the pagination. 

The volume contains two letters written by Kipling, one of which 
had appeared in Pearson s Magazine^ January, 1898, in an article 
by R. C. Burt: "A Dealer in Brains. Major J. B. Pond and his 
Associations with Great Men." 



230 

SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN 

Sir Arthur Sullivan Life Story, Letters and Rem- 
iniscences By Arthur Lawrence with Critique by 
B. W. Findon and Bibliography by Wilfred Bendall 
Herbert S. Stone and Company Chicago and New 
York MDCccc 
Octavo. Issued in cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 9 leaves, pp. 341, i leaf. — 3 blank leaves; fore- 
title, title, preface, and contents, 6 leaves; text and ap- 
pendix, pp. 1-340; imprint, p. 341; blank leaf. 



I900] FOR BRITAIN'S SOLDIERS 233 

The volume contains many portraits, also facsimiles of manuscript 
music and letters. A letter from Kipling to Sir Arthur, dated 
May 14, 1898, authorizes him to use "Recessional." 

The English edition was published by James Bowden, 10 Henrietta 
Street, Covent Garden, W.C., 1900. 



231 

FOR BRITAIN'S SOLDIERS 

For Britain's Soldiers A Contribution to The Needs 
of our Fighting Men and their Families by 

W. L. Alden A. E. W. Mason 

Sir Walter Besant F. Frankfort Moore 

S. R. Crockett Max Pemberton 

Mrs. B. M. Croker Morley Roberts 

E. W. Hornung W. Pett Ridge 

C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne H. G. Wells 

Rudyard Kipling Percy White 
Walter Wood 

Methuen & Co. 36 Essex Street W. C. London 
1900 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, untrimmed, lettered and orna- 
mented in gold. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 316. — Fore-title, title, dedication, 
preface with contents on verso, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-315; 
imprint, p. 316. 

Kipling's story, **The Son of his Father," pp. 124-156, was pub- 
lished in 'To-day^ December 30, 1893, and January, 1894; Harper s 
Weekly^ January; The Civil i^ Military Gazette^ January 5, 6, 8, 15, 
17, 1894; and was collected in The Day's Work, Outward Bound 
edition, 1899. 



234 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1900 

232 
THE ELEPHANT'S CHILD 

Just So Stories The Elephant's Child By Rudyard 
Kipling London : A. P. Watt Hastings House, Nor- 
folk Street, Strand 1900 (All rights reserved) 

Duodecimo. Issued in green paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered "The Elephant's Child Rudyard Kipling." 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, 5 leaves. 

This was published in March, 1900, by A. P. Watt & Son. A few 

copies were printed for copyright purposes. 
The story was published in 'The Ladies' Home Journal, h-^rW^ 1900; 

Windsor Magazine, February, 1902; and was collected in Just 

So Stories, 1902. 

THE BEGINNING OF THE ARMADILLOS 

Just So Stories The Beginning Of The Armadillos 
By Rudyard KipHng London: A. P. Watt Hastings 
House, Norfolk Street, Strand 1900 (All rights re- 
served) 

Duodecimo. Issued in green paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered "The Beginning of the Armadillos Rudyard Kip- 
ling." 

Collation: 8 leaves. — Blank leaf; title with copyright notice 
on verso, and text, 6 leaves; blank leaf. 

This was published in April, 1900, by A. P. Watt & Son. A few 

copies were printed for copyright purposes. 
The story was published in The Ladies' Home Journal, May, 1900, 

and was collected in Just So Stories, 1902. 



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234 
THE SING-SONG OF OLD MAN KANGAROO 

Just So Stories The Sing-Song of Old Man Kanga- 
roo By Rudyard Kipling London: A. P. Watt Hast- 
ings House, Norfolk Street, Strand 1900 (All rights 
reserved) 

Duodecimo. Issued in green paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered "The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo Rudyard 
Kipling." 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Blank leaf; title with copyright notice 
on verso, i leaf; text, pp. 3-7; blank leaf. 

This was published in May, 1900, by A. P. Watt & Son. A few copies 

were printed for copyright purposes. 
The story was published in The Ladies' Home Journal^ June, 1900, 

and was collected in Just So Stories, 1902. 

THE FRIEND 

[The Friend, Bloemfontein, March i6-April 16, 

1900]. 

The British army under Field-Marshal Earl Roberts entered 
Bloemfontein, March 13, 1900. Two days later, March 15, 
the war correspondents were asked to attend a meeting at 
the office of the censor, Lord Stanley, where they were in- 
formed that Lord Roberts wanted a daily paper printed 
for the entertainment and information of the army, for the 
few weeks they were to remain in Bloemfontein. 

Two papers had been printed in the town. One, The Express, 
a Boer organ, was suppressed by Lord Roberts, and the 



236 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1900 

machinery, types, and all belonging to it were handed over 
to the correspondents for the use of the daily. 

The other paper, 'The Friend of the Free State, was owned and 
edited by Englishmen. It was decided to take this paper, 
and to pay a certain sum of money for the loss of income 
from it during the time it was under the management of 
the new editors — Percival Landon, correspondent of The 
Times, H. A. Gwynne of Reuter's Agency, and F. W. 
Buxton of The Johannesburg Star. 

The next day, March 16, Friday, the first number appeared, 
with the name The Friend. The numbers for March 16 and 
17 contained four pages, measuring 26 by 15 inches. With 
the number for March 19 the size was changed, to measure 
32 by 19 inches, and it remained this size to the end. It 
was printed in the office of The Express, whose equipment 
was more modern than that of The Friend of the Free State. 

"Vol. IV " appeared on the issues from March 16 to March 21, 
and was thereafter omitted. "Price 3^" appeared on the 
issues for March 22, 23, 24; then it was changed to "Price 
One Penny." Nos. v, vi, and vii were numbered vi. 

Kipling joined the editorial force on March 22, though his 
verses, "St. Patrick's Day," were printed on March 17. 

The following list gives the errors in numbering, and the 
contributions by Kipling and notes about him : 

Vol. IV. Friday, March 16, 1900. No. 1027. 
Editorial announcements. 
I. Saturday, March 17. No. 1027 {sic). 

Edited by the war correspondents of Lord Roberts's 
Forces. (The first hundred copies were dated, on 
the inside, March 16.) 
St. Patrick's Day. By Kipling. (One stanza, 8 lines.) 
II. Monday, March 19. No. 1029. 

III. Tuesday, March 20. No. 1030. 

IV. Wednesday, March 21. No. 1,03 {sic). 

Editorial, "Rudyard Kipling." By H. A. Gwynne. 
V. Thursday, March 22. Price 3^. No. vi. 
Kipling as associate editor. 



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VI. Friday, March 23. Price 3^. 

St. Patrick's Day. By Kipling. (5 stanzas.) 
VII. Saturday, March 24. Price 3^. No. vi. 

Fables for the Staff. King Log and King Stork. By 

Kipling. 
To G. W. Steevens. By Kipling. (4 lines.) 
VIII. Monday, March 26. Price One Penny. 

Fables for the Staff. The Elephant and the Lark's 

Nest. By Kipling. 
Kopje-Book Maxims. By Kipling. 
IX. Tuesday, March 27. 

Kopje-Book Maxims. By Kipling. 
The Military Letter Writer. Partly by Kipling. 
Fables for the Staff". By Kipling. 
X. Wednesday, March 28. 

Fables for the Staff. The Persuasive Pom-Pom. By 

Kipling. 
The Military Letter Writer. Partly by Kipling. 
XI. Thursday, March 29. 

Fables for the Staff. Vain Horses. By Kipling. 
A Birthday Greeting to Percival Landon. By Kipling. 
(8 lines.) 
XII. Friday, March 30. 

General Joubert. By Kipling. 

Reprinted in The Five Nations, 1903. 

XIII. Saturday, March 31. 

Fables for the Staff. By Kipling. 

Kopje-Book Maxims. By Kipling, Landon, and 
Gwynne. 

XIV. Monday, April 2. 

The Song of the White Men. By Kipling. 
Reprinted in Inclusive Verse, 1919. 
XV. Tuesday, April 3. 
XVI. Wednesday, April 4. 
XVII. Thursday, April 5. 
XVIII. Friday, April 6. 

Editorial, "To the People of the Free State." By 
Kipling and Julian Ralph. 
XIX. Saturday, April 7. 
XX. Monday, April 9. 



238 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1900 

XXI. Tuesday, April 10. 

The Sin of Witchcraft. By Kipling. 

Reprinted in The Times with the title "The Expos- 
ure of Cape Population." 
XXII. Wednesday, April 11. 

Editorial on "The Sin of Witchcraft." 
XXIII. Thursday, April 12. 

Notice that Kipling sailed for England. 
XXIV to XXVI. April 13 to April 16. 

These contain nothing by Kipling. 



236 

THE FAITH-CUP OF THE ^^TIITE MEN 

The Faith-Cup of the White Men. [1900] 

Broadside, measuring 9 by 6 inches. Three stanzas. At the 
foot is "Entered according to the act of Parliament of 
Canada in the year one thousand, nine hundred, by W. A. 
Fraser, Toronto, in the Office of Agriculture, at Ottawa." 

The poem was printed in The Friend^ April 2; The New York Tribune^ 
May 17; The Daily Mail^ June i; and in The Cornhill Booklet, 
August, 1900, with the title "The Song of the W'hite Men." 

It was not collected by Kipling until in Inclusive Verse, 1919. 

AULD LANG SYNE 

[Auld Lang Syne.] Price: One Shilling. \Yords 
written by Rudyard Kipling. Sung by Miss Fraser 
at the Press Concert in Aid of the Free States 
and London Widows' and Orphans' Fund. [Bloem- 
fontein, April 13, 1900.] 



I9CX.: THE CORNHILL BOOKLET 239 

Broadside, measuring approximately 7 by 1 1 inches, printed 
on brown embossed paper. Text, beginning " Be welcome 
to our hearts tonight, Oh kinsmen from afar,'* four stanzas, 
4 lines each. 

The poem was printed in The Daily Mail, April 20; The New York 
Tribune, May 28; and The Living Age, June 9, 1900. It was in- 
cluded in The Cornhill Booklet, and in With Number Three, 
Santiago, Chile, 1900, but has not been collected by Kipling. 



238 

THE CORNHILL BOOKLET 

The Cornhill Booklet i dollar the year 10 cents the 
copy Contents Occasional Poems By Rudyard Kip- 
ling A Recent Portrait of Mr. Kipling (Detached) 
from an etching by William Strang Published by 
Alfred Bartlett 21 Cornhill Boston [1900] 

Small octavo. Issued in paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered in black and red. 

Collation: pp. 35-64. — Foreword, signed "G," pp. 2Sy 3^> 
Occasional Poems, pp. 37-52. Advertisements, pp. 53-64; 
portrait printed in red on Japan paper. 

Contents 

Auld Lang Syne. 

Printed separately to be sung at a concert at Bloemfontein, 

April 13; The Daily Mail, April 20; The Living Age, June 9, 

1900. 
To "Fighting Bob." (Admiral Robley Evans.) 

A Ken of Kipling; The New York Tribune, January 10; The 

Academy, February, 1899. ^ facsimile of the manuscript was 

printed in The Broadway Journal in 1907. 
"Bobs." 

Pall Mall Magazine, June, 1893. 



240 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1900 

Letter dated Brattleboro, Vermont, January 29, 1894. 
Mulvaney Regrets. 

Yale Literary Magazine, May, 1896. 
In Quebec. 

fVee Willie Winkie Magazine; A Kipling Note Book, 1899; 

The Little Book of Limericks, by Wallace and Francis Rice, 

1910. 
A Reply. (To the editor of ^he Cantab^ 

A Ken of Kipling; A Kipling Note Book, 1899. 
To Julia Marlowe. 

Written in a copy of The Day's Work (Kipling denies having 

written this inscription); A Ken of Kipling, 1899. 
The Vampire. 
The Wearing of the Green. 

T^he Friend^ March 17, 1900. 
To James Whitcomb Riley. (5 stanzas.) 

A Ken of Kipling, 1899; James Whitcomb Riley's Poems, 

vol. IV, 1913. 
The Song of the White Men. 

Printed separately for copyright, Toronto, April; ^he Friend, 

April 2; "The Daily Mail, June i, 1900; Inclusive Verse, 1919. 
To George W. Stevens. 
"Rudyard" and "Kipling." 

The Boston Advertiser and other newspapers, March, 1889; 

The Book Leaf, September 21, 1923. 
What the People Said. 

Departmental Ditties, 1888. 
Recessional. 



WITH NUMBER THREE 

With Number Three, Surgical & Medical, And 
New Poems By Rudyard Kipling Also Letters from 
Julian Ralph, Charles E. Hands and Douglas Story. 
Santiago de Chile Hume & Co. Libreria Inglesa 
1900. 



I900] WITH NUMBER THREE 241 

Octavo. Issued in tan paper wrappers, the front cover lettered 
in red and black, untrimmed at top. Advertisements on 
back wrapper "Hume y Ca. Libreria Inglesa." 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 172. — Blank leaf, title with print- 
er's device on verso, contents, fly-title, 4 leaves; Kipling's 
stories and poems, pp. 1-59; Julian Ralph's letters, pp. 
61-142; Charles Hands's stories, pp. 143-158; Douglas 
Story's article, pp. 159-169; blank leaf. 

Kipling's stories and poems are: 
The Song of the White Men. 

The Friend^ April 2; T^he New York Tribune, May 17; The 

Daily Mail, June i; separately in Toronto; The Cornhill 

Booklet, August, 1900; Inclusive Verse, 1919. 
With Number Three. 

The Daily Mail, April 21, 23, 24, 25; The New York Herald 

and Toronto Globe, April, 1900. The heading to Part i was 

collected in Inclusive Verse, 191 9. 
Surgical and Medical. 

The Daily Mail, May i and 2; The New York Herald, May 

2 and 3, 1900. 
Auld Lang Syne. 

Separately, April 13; The Daily Mail, April 20; The New 

York Tribune, May 28; The Cornhill Booklet, August, 1900. 
Pharoah and the Sergeant. 

McClure's Magazine, September, 1897; The Five Nations, 

1903. 
Kitchener's School. 

The Times, and The Sun (New York), December 8; Literature, 

December 10, 1898; The Five Nations, 1903. 
The White Man's Burden. 

The Times, February 4; The Sun (New York), February 5; 

Literature and McClure's Magazine, February, 1899; The 

Five Nations, 1903. 
White Horses. 

Literature, October; The New York Tribune, October 31, 1897; 

The Five Nations, 1903. 



242 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1900 

The Absent-Minded Beggar. 

'The Daily Maily October 31, 1899; The Seven Seas and The 
Five Nations, Bombay edition, 1914. 

Four hundred copies were printed. Very few were sold, and in 191 1 
a part of the stock remaining was sent to the paper mill. 

240 

WAR'S BRIGHTER SIDE 

War's Brighter Side The Story of "The Friend" 
Newspaper Edited by the Correspondents with 
Lord Roberts's forces, March-April, 1900 By Julian 
Ralph (One of the Editors) With contributions 
from A. Conan Doyle, Rudyard Kipling, and others, 
and a letter from Earl Roberts [ornament] With 
Fifteen Illustrations New York D. Appleton and 
Company 1901 

Octavo. Issued in tan cloth, the front cover lettered and 
ornamented in black, with portraits of Conan Doyle, Kip- 
ling, and Julian Ralph. 

Collation: 9 leaves, pp. 471, 3 leaves. — Fore-title, title with 
copyright notice on verso, dedication, letter signed "Rob- 
erts," preface, contents, list of illustrations, 9 leaves; text, 
pp. 1-47 1. Advertisements, 3 leaves. 

The American edition appeared before the English edition. 

The following contributions by Kipling to The Friend are reprinted: 

Facsimile of corrected proof of "Fables for the Staff." 

St. Patrick's Day. 

Fables for the Staff. 

To G. W. Steevens. 

Kopje-Book Maxims. 

The Military Letter Writer. 

A Birthday Greeting to Percival Landon. 



I900] THE KIPLING READER 243 

General Joubert. 

Collected in The Five Nations, 1903. 
The Song of the White Men. 

Collected in Inclusive Verse, 191 9. 
Editorial, "To the People of the Free State." 



241 
ENGLISH EDITION 

War's Brighter Side The Story of The Friend News- 
paper Edited by the Correspondents with Lord 
Roberts's Forces, March-April, 1900. By JuHan 
Ralph (Oneof the Editors of "The Friend") Author 
of ''Towards Pretoria,'' ''At Pretoria," "Alone in 
China," etc., etc. With 15 illustrations London 
C. Arthur Pearson, Ltd. Henrietta Street 1901 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, untrimmed, the front cover or- 
namented with the badge of the "Order of the Friendlies.'* 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 422, i leaf. — Fore- title, title with 
note concerning the ornament on the cover, dedication, 
letter from Earl Roberts, preface, contents, list of illustra- 
tions, 8 leaves; text, pp. 1-415; index and imprint, pp. 
417-422. Advertisements, Pearson's spring list for 1901, 
I leaf. 

242 
THE KIPLING READER 

The Kipling Reader Selections from the Books of 
Rudyard Kipling London Macmillan and Co. 
Limited New York: The Macmillan Company 
1900. All rights reserved. 



244 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1900 

Octavo. Issued in boards. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 244. — Title, contents, 2 leaves; text, 
pp. 1-244. 

Contents 
The Bridge Builders. 
William the Conqueror. 
Wee Willie Winkie. 
Only a Subaltern. 
The Coastwise Lights. 
The English Flag. 
The Native-Born. 
England's Answer. 
The Flowers. 

The Grave of the Hundred Head. 
The Overland Mail. 
In Springtime. 
Muhammad Din. 
Finances of the Gods. 
Little Tobrah. 
Moti-Guj — Mutineer. 
Tiger! Tiger! 
Mowgli's Song. 
In the Rukh. 

THE KIPLING READER 

The Kipling Reader Selections from the books of 
Rudyard Kipling New and Revised Edition Illus- 
trated by J. Macfarlane Macmillan and Co., 
Limited St. Martin's Street, London 1908. 
Octavo. Issued in cloth; 8 full-page plates. 

This is the Prize Library edition. The regular edition is not illus- 
trated. 

The first edition was printed in 1900, revised in 1901, and reprinted 
many times. 



I900] McCLURE'S MAGAZINE 245 

Contents 

"Rikki-Tikki-Tavi." 

William the Conqueror, Parts i and 11. 

Wee Willie Winkie. 

A Matter of Fact. 

Mowgli's Brothers. 

The Lost Legion. 

Namgay Doola. 

A Germ-Destroyer. 

"Tiger! Tiger!" 

Tod's Amendment. 

The Story of Muhammad Din. 

The Finances of the Gods. 

Moti-Guj — Mutineer. 

The Native-Born. 

The Flowers. 

Municipal. 

The Coastwise Lights. 

England's Answer. 

The English Flag. 

The Overland Mail. 

In Spring Time. 

244 

COLLIER'S WEEKLY 

Vol. XXV. No. XIV, July, 1900. 
Folly Bridge. 

The Daily Express , June 15 and 16, 1900. 

The story has not been collected. 

245 

McCLURE'S MAGAZINE 

Vol. XV. No. Ill, July, 1900. 
The Outsider. 

'The Daily Express, June 19, 20, 21, 1900. 

The story has not been collected. 



246 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1900 

246 

EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE 

VoL III. No. XIV, October, 1900. 
A Burgher of the Free State. 

The Daily Express^ June 26, 27, 28, 29, and July 2, 3, 4, 
1900. 
The story has not been collected. 



247 

A SAILOR'S LOG 

A Sailor's Log Recollections of Forty Years Of 
Naval Life By Robley D. Evans Rear-Admiral, 
U. S. N. [device] Illustrated New York D. Apple- 
ton and Company 1901 
Octavo. Issued, untrimmed, in green cloth. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. x, 467, i leaf. — Blank leaf, title with 
copyright notice on verso, 2 leaves; dedication, contents, 
list of illustrations, pp. i-ix; text, pp. 1-462; index, pp. 
463-467. Advertisements, i leaf. "To Fighting Bob," by 
Kipling, p. 402. 

The poem was written in a copy of Plain Tales from the Hills. R. F. 

Zogbaum drew a picture of Sergeant Mulvaney in the same 

book. 
These verses were printed in The New York Tribune^ January 10; 

The Academy ^ February, 1899; and in The Cornhill Booklet^ 1900. 



I90I] KIM 247 

KIM 

248 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Kim By Rudyard Kipling Author of "Plain Tales 

from the Hills/' ''The Seven Seas/' "The Jungle 

Books/' "The Day's Work/' "Stalky & Co." etc. 

[device] New York Doubleday, Page & Company 

1901 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 460. — Blank leaf, fore-title, title 
printed within red and black lines, list of illustrations, 4 
leaves; text, pp. 1-460. 

The first American edition, published in September, 1901, was with- 
out the chapter headings. 

**Kim" was first pubUshed in McClures and CasselVs Magazines, 
December, 1900, to October, 1901, illustrated by line drawings by 
H. R. Millar, a wash drawing by E. L. Weeks, and ten plates by 
J. L. Kipling. 

A set of proof-sheets, corrected by Kipling, bearing the stamp 
"August 15, 1900 R. & R. Clark Printers, Brandon St. Edin- 
burgh," was used to set up the American edition. The first 
ninety-six pages are page proofs, and the rest galley proofs. The 
running head-line is "Kim o' the Rishti," which was the first 
title selected. 

In magazine form, only two chapters, viii and xiii, have headings 
In this proof copy, different headings were used for these chapters 
(and they are the only ones), and were written in in red ink. 

The first American edition follows exactly the corrected text of this 
proof. The second issue, containing the chapter headings that 
were used in the English edition, was published in October. 

The proofs for the English edition were corrected again, as the pub- 
lished text shows many changes, corrections, and additions, dif- 
fering greatly from the American edition, especially in Chapters 



248 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1901 

V to X. A set of the page proofs, dated 1900, was bound up like 
the Uniform edition. This lacks the list of illustrations. 
In these proofs, the headings for Chapters viii and xiii are the same 
as those printed in the magazines, not those written in in the 
American proofs and printed in the first American edition. 



249 
ENGLISH EDITION PROOFS 

Kim By Rudyard Kipling London Macmillan and 

Co., Limited 1900 All rights reserved 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth. 

Collation: 1 leaves, pp. 414, i leaf. — Fore-title, title, 2 
leaves; text, pp. 1-413. Advertisements, I leaf, dated 
** 5.8.00." Printed on thick paper. 

The first book in the list of advertisements is " Kim o' the Rishti.** 

250 
ENGLISH PUBLISHED EDITION 

Kim By Rudyard Kipling London Macmillan and 

Co., Limited 1901 All rights reserved 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 414, i leaf. — Blank leaf, fore- title, 
title, list of illustrations, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-413; p. 414 
is blank. Advertisements, i leaf; 10 illustrations by J. L. 
Kipling. 

Chapter headings 

I, II, III. Part of "Buddha at Kamakura." 
The Five Nations, 1903. 
IV. Part of "The Wishing Cap." 
Songs from Books, 191 2. 



I90I] KIM 249 



V. 


One stanza from "The Prodigal Son.'* 




Songs from Books. 


VI. 


The Song of Diego Valdez. 




The Five Nations. 


VII. 


Sir John Christie. 




Under "Headings" in Songs from Books. 


VIII. 


Part of "The Two-Sided Man." 




Songs from Books. 


IX. 


Oregon Trail. 


X. 


One stanza from "Gow's Watch." 




Songs from Books. 


XI. 


Part of "The Juggler's Song." 




Songs from Books. 


XII, XIII. 


The Sea and the Hills. 




Songs from Books. 


XIV. 


Prayer. 




Songs from Books. 


XV. 


The Fairies' Siege. 




Songs from Books. 



251 

QUARTO EDITION 

Kim By Rudyard Kipling Illustrated by J. L. 

Kipling Garden City New York Doubleday Page & 

Company 1 91 2 

Quarto. Issued in cloth, top edges gilt. 

Collation: 5 leaves, pp. 356, i leaf. — Blank leaf, fore- title, 
title printed in red and black with copyright notices on 
verso, acknowledgment to Irving E. Raymond, list of illus- 
trations, 5 leaves; fly-title and text, pp. 1-355; imprint, 
p. 356; blank leaf; 10 plates by J. L. Kipling, tinted green, 
tipped on leaves, within an ornamental border printed in 
colors. The end papers are a reproduction of the painting 
by Vassili Verestchagin. 



250 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1901 

252 
THE WORKS OF RUDYARD KIPLING 

The Works Of Rudyard Kipling The Description 
of a set of the First Editions of His Books, in the 
Library of a New York Collector With facsimiles 
[ornament] New York Dodd, Mead & Company 
1901 

Quarto. Issued in gray boards with white paper label on the 
back. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 92. — Fore-title with statement of 
issue on verso, title, preface, list of illustrations, 4 leaves; 
fly-title and text, pp. 1-91; printer's device, p. 92; frontis- 
piece, portrait of Kipling, engraved by J. Johnson; 13 
plates on colored paper, inserted; 18 facsimiles of title- 
pages and manuscripts, included in the pagination. 

Seventy-seven copies were printed, of which 12 were on Japan paper. 
The volume contains facsimiles of a sheet of drawings by Kipling, 
and of verses written in one of his school-books, beginning, "In 
a high-art study." 

The catalogue was compiled by Luther S. Livingston, for a set of 
Kipling's works which was sold by the dealer before the cata- 
logue was completed. It contains only the books that were in 
this set, and a few errors, principally typographical, were not 
corrected. 

RAILWAY REFORM IN GREAT BRITAIN 

Railway Reform in Great Britain By Rudyard 
Kipling New York Doubleday, Page & Co. 1901 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered ** Railway Reform in Great Britain Rudyard 
Kipling." 



1901] BRIDGE-GUARD IN THE KARROO 251 

Collation: pp. 28. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-27; p. 28 is blank. 

A few copies were issued for copyright purposes. The story was 
printed in The Fortnightly Review ^ February, 1901. 



THE SIN OF WITCHCRAFT 

The Sin of Witchcraft. By Rudyard Kipling. From 
The Times, March 15, 1900. Published by the Im- 
perial South African Association. London: Printed 
by George Edward Wright, The Times Office, 
Printing House Square. 1901. 

Octavo. Issued in white paper wrappers. 

Collation: pp. 8. — Title on the front cover; text, dated 
Cape Town, February, 1900, pp. 1-8; copyright notice at 
foot of p. 8. 

The article appeared first in The T'/w^j, March 15; the Supplement 
to Harper s Weekly , March 17; The Friend, Bloemfontein, April 
10, 1900. 

BRIDGE-GUARD IN THE KARROO 

Bridge-Guard In the Karroo A Poem By Rudyard 
Kipling Copyright mdcccci By Rudyard Kipling 
All Rights Reserved Doubleday, Page and Com- 
pany MDCCCCI 

Duodecimo. Issued in green paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered ''Bridge-Guard in the Karroo." 



252 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1901 

Collation: 26 leaves. — 3 blank leaves; title and blank leaf; 
fly-title and blank leaf; note "Official Correspondence" 
and blank leaf; text, 8 leaves, numbered 4-1 1, printed on 
one side only, with blank leaf between leaves 5 and 6, and 
7 and 8, and 3 blank leaves between 9 and 10; 4 blank 
leaves at end. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. The poem was 
published in l^he l!imes^ June 5; Literature^ June 8, 1901; and was 
collected in The Five Nations, 1903. 

256 

THE LESSON 

The Lesson A Poem By Rudyard Kipling Copy- 
right MDCCCCi By Rudyard Kipling All Rights Re- 
served Doubleday, Page and Company mdcccci 

Duodecimo. Issued in green paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered **The Lesson." 

Collation: 24 leaves. — 2 blank leaves; title and blank leaf; 
fly-title and blank leaf; quotation and blank leaf; text, 
7 leaves, numbered 4-10, printed on one side only, with 
blank leaf between every 2 pages of text; 3 blank leaves 
at end. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. The poem was 
published in T^he Times ^ July 29; The Bookman^ September, 1901 ; 
and was included in The Five Nations, 1903. 



257 

THE SCIENCE OF REBELLION 

The Science of Rebellion: A Tract for the Times. 
Especially written for The Imperial South African 



I90I] M.I. 253 

Association, By Rudyard Kipling. Price Sixpence. 
London: Printed by Vacher & Sons, 20 & 22, Mill- 
bank Street, Westminster. [1901] 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers. 

Collation: pp. 10, i leaf. — Tide on the front cover; text, 
dated Cape Town, February, 1901, and signed "Rudyard 
Kipling," pp. i-io; blank leaf. 

The article was printed in ^he New York tribune, August 4, 1901. 
Lord Milner's Work in South Africa, by W. Basil Worsfold, London, 
1906, contains a part of "The Science of Rebellion." 



258 

THE SPECTATOR 

Vol. Lxxxvi. No. 3808, June 22, 1901. 
A Village Rifle Club. 

Vol. Lxxxvii. No. 3823, October 5, 1901. 

On the Appointment of the First and Second Army Corps. 

These two articles have not been collected. 



M.I. 
M.I. By Rudyard Kipling. 

Four leaves, printed on one side only, unfolded, measuring 
8 by 6 inches. 

Printed from the types of McClures Magazine^ where the poem 
appeared in October, 1901. It appeared at the same time in 
Windsor Magazine^ and was collected in The Five Nations, 1903. 



254 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1901 

260 
THE REFORMER 

The Reformer A Poem by Rudyard Kipling Copy- 
right MDCCCCi by Rudyard Kipling All Rights Re- 
served Doubleday, Page and Company mdcccci 

Duodecimo. Issued in green paper wrappers, untrimmed, the 
front cover lettered "The Reformer." 

Collation: 18 leaves. — Blank leaf; title and blank leaf; fly- 
title and blank leaf; ''Extract from a private letter" and 
blank leaf; text, 5 leaves, numbered 4-8, printed on one 
side only, with blank leaf between every 2 leaves; 2 blank 
leaves at end. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. The poem was 
published in The Times ^ October 12; The Bookman y December, 
1901; and was included in The Five Nations, 1903. 



261 

PRO PATRIA ET REGINA 

Pro Patria et Regina: Poems. . .issued in aid of 
Queen Alexandra's Fund for Soldiers and Sailors 
. . . Edited by Prof. Wm. Knight. Glasgow: 1901. 

Issued in magazine form, with pictorial paper wrappers; and 
as an octavo, in cloth, untrimmed. 

The volume contains "The Song of the Women," which was first 
published in The Pioneer y April 17, 1888; and was collected in 
Departmental Ditties, 1890. 



I902] THE ISLANDERS 255 

262 
THE ISLANDERS 

The Islanders A Poem By Rudyard Kipling Copy- 
right MDCCCCii by Rudyard Kipling All Rights Re- 
served Doubleday, Page and Company mdccccii 

Octavo, measuring 8 by 6 inches. Issued, untrimmed, in green 
paper wrappers, the front cover lettered "The Islanders." 

Collation: 20 leaves. — 2 blank leaves; title and 3 blank 
leaves; text, 6 leaves, numbered at the foot 3-8, printed on 
one side only, with blank leaf between every 2 leaves; 3 
blank leaves at end. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. The poem ap- 
peared in The 'Times ^ January 4; World's PForky February, 1902; 
and was collected in The Five Nations, 1903. 



263 

The Islanders By Rudyard Kipling Twenty-five 
copies printed for private distribution by **W" 

Octavo. Issued in dark-gray paper wrappers. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title on the front cover; fore- title, 
with limit notice, extracts from The Daily Press, and a 
private letter on verso, i leaf; text, pp. 3-8. 

This pirated edition, "White Houses," and "The White Man*s Bur- 
den" were probably issued in London by the same person. 



256 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1902 

264 
BELOW THE MILL DAM 

Below the Mill Dam By Rudyard Kipling New 
York Doubleday, Page & Co. 1902 

Duodecimo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered "Below the Mill Dam By Rudyard Kipling." 

Collation: pp. 32, i leaf. — Title with copyright notice on 
verso, I leaf; text, pp. 3-29; blank leaf. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. The story was 
first published in The Monthly Review^ September, 1902; and was 
collected in Traffics and Discoveries, 1904. 

265 

THE REGIMENT 

October 25, 1902. 
The Bugler. 

This poem has not been reprinted. 

JUST SO STORIES 

266 

Rudyard Kipling Draws Pictures for His Own 
Stories. Illustrations and Extracts from *'Just So 
for Little Children." Copyright, 1902, by Rudyard 
Kipling. From the Press of Doubleday, Page & Co. 
. . . their principal feature ... is a series of Pen and 
Ink Drawings by the Author. . . . Through the cour- 



I902] JUST SO STORIES 257 

tesy of the Publishers The American and Journal 
Saturday Review is enabled to reproduce four of 
the illustrations. . . . 

Broadside, printed on heavy cream-colored paper, the width 
and almost the length of the newspaper. 

Five-line heading as above; 4 plates (The Crab that Made 
the Tides, The Wise Baviaan, The Cat that Walked by 
Himself, How the Elephant Got his Trunk) ; extracts from 
the stories; part of **TheSing-Songof Old Man Kangaroo," 
and all of the poem that follows it, which had not been 
published before. 

Issued for copyright purposes. 



267 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Just So Stories For Little Children By Rudyard 
Kipling Illustrated by the Author London Mac- 
millan and Co., Limited 1902 All rights reserved 

Quarto. Issued in cloth, with animal design stamped on both 
covers. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 252. — Blank leaf, fore-title, title, 
contents, 4 leaves; text, including the 22 plates by Kipling, 
pp. 1-249; printer's device, p. 251. 

A copy of the London edition was sent to Doubleday, Page & 
Co., from which to print the American edition. It is stitched in 
rough paper wrappers, and includes the fore-title, title, contents 
(3 leaves), and text and illustrations (pp. 1-249). 



258 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [190a 

268 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Just So Stories For Little Children By Rudyard 
Kipling Illustrated by the Author [ornament] New 
York Doubleday, Page & Company, 1902 

Quarto. Issued in cloth, with animal design stamped on both 
covers. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 250, i leaf. — Blank leaf, fore- title, 
title, contents, 4 leaves; text and illustrations, pp. 1-249; 
blank leaf. 

Contents 

How the Whale Got his Throat. 

Sl Nicholas, December, 1897, with the title "How the Whale 

Got his Tiny Throat." 
How the Camel Got his Hump. 

Sl Nicholas, ]a.nu3.TYj 1898. 
How the Rhinoceros Got his Skin. 

St. Nicholas, February, 1898, with the title "How the Rhi- 
noceros Got his Wrinkly Skin." 
How the Leopard Got his Spots. 

Pearson's Magazine and 'The Ladies' Home 'Journal^ October, 

1 901. 
The Elephant's Child. 

The Ladies' Home Journal, April; separately, 1900; Windsor 

Magazine, February, 1902. 
The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo. 

The Ladies' Home Journal, June; separately, 1900. 
The Beginning of the Armadillos. 

The Ladies' Home Journal, May; separately, 1900. 
How the First Letter Was Written. 

The Ladies' Home Journal, December, 1901. 
How the Alphabet Was Made. 
The Crab that Played with the Sea. 

Pearson s Magazine and Collier's Weekly, August, 1902, with 

the title "The Crab that Made the Tides." 



1903] THE JUST SO SONG BOOK 259 

The Cat that Walked by Himself. 

The Ladies* Home Journal^ July, 1902. 
The Butterfly that Stamped. 

T^he Ladies' Home Journal^ October, 1902. 

The verses that appear with each story in book form were not 
printed in the magazines. 

The poems were included in Songs from Books, the English edition 
only, and in Inclusive Verse, 191 9. The Outward Bound edition 
contains another story, "The Tabu Tale," published in Collier s 
Weekly^ August, and Windsor Magazine, September, 1903. 

269 

Just So Stories By Rudyard Kipling Pictures by 
Joseph M. Gleeson Doubleday, Page & Co. 191 2 

Quarto. Issued in tan cloth, both covers lettered and deco- 
rated in brown. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 250. — Blank leaf, fore-title, title, 
contents, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-249; iniprint, p. 250; 12 
colored plates by Gleeson, inserted. The plates by Kipling 
are included in the pagination. Pictorial end papers. 

The same edition was issued in England in 1913. 

270 

THE JUST SO SONG BOOK 

The Just So Song Book Being the Songs from Rud- 
yard Kipling's Just So Stories Set to Music by Ed- 
ward German New York Doubleday, Page & Co., 
1903 
Quarto. Issued in cloth. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 62. — Fore-title, title, and contents, 
3 leaves; text and music, pp. 1-62. 



26o KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1903 

The book was issued in November. An edition was issued in London 
by Macmillan & Co., the same year. 

Contents 

When the Cabin Port-Holes. 

How the Whale Got his Throat. 
The Camel's Hump. 

How the Camel Got his Hump. 
This Uninhabited Island. 

How the Rhinoceros Got his Skin. 
I Keep Six Honest Serving-Men. 

The Elephant's Child. 
I am a Most Wise Baviaan. 

How the Leopard Got his Spots. 
Kangaroo and Dingo. 

The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo. 
Merrow Down. 

How the First Letter Was Written. 
Of All the Tribes of Tegumai. 

How the Alphabet Was Made. 
The Riddle. 

The Crab that Played with the Sea. 
The First Friend. 

The Cat that Walked by Himself. 
There Never Was a Queen like Balkis. 

The Butterfly that Stamped. 
Rolling Down to Rio. 

The Beginning of the Armadillos. 



271 

THE JUST-SO STORIES PAINTING BOOKS 

The Just-So Stories Painting Books for Children. 
1922-1923. 

Oblong folio. Issued in pictorial paper wrappers, enclosed in 
oil-paper covers, lettered on the front **The Just-So Stories 
Painting Books for Children By Rudyard Kipling, i . The 



I902] PAN IN VERMONT 261 

Elephant's Child. 2. The Sing-Song of Old Man Kanga- 
roo. 3. How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin. ';i,/(^ net each. 
Hodder and Stoughton Ltd., Publishers, London, E. C. 4." 

These were printed and engraved by The Sun Engraving Co., Ltd., 

London and Watford. 
Each book contains: title; text, pp. 14; 6 designs, colored and uncol- 

ored, on opposite pages; one large uncolored design in the middle, 

and one small uncolored design at the end, with "Now try and 

colour this yourself" below. 
In 1923 "How the Alphabet Was Made" was issued in the same 

way, the fourth title was added to the list on the oil-paper cover, 

and the price was changed to 2/6 net each. The designs were 

made by Miss Day Hodgetts. 
These four books were issued in America by Doubleday, Page & 

Co., in 1923. 



PAN IN VERMONT 

272 

Pan in Vermont by Rudyard Kipling Methuen & 
Co. 36 Essex Street W. C. London 1902 

See reproduction of title-page. 

Small quarto. Issued in dark-gray paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered in silver "Pan in Vermont By Rudyard Kip- 
ling,'* within two border lines of silver. On recto of the 
back cover is the imprint "Printed by Morrison and Gibbs 
Limited, Edinburgh," in silver. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Fore-title "Pan in Vermont," title, 
2 leaves; text, pp. 5-8. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. There is another 

issue, dated 1903, in blue paper wrappers. 
The poem was published in Country Life in America^ December, 

1902; and was collected in Inclusive Verse, 191 9. 



PAN IN VERMONT 



BV 



RUDYARD KIPLING 



METHUEN & CO. 

36 ESSEX STREET W.C. 

LONDON 

1902 



I902] STEAM TACTICS 263 

Pan in Vermont By Rudyard Kipling Printed in 

Harrisburg, Pa., U. S. A. [1902] 

Folio, measuring 14^ by lof inches. Issued unbound. 

Collation: 3 leaves. — Title, i leaf; text with 2 illustrations, 
2 leaves, printed on one side only, from the types of Country 
Life in America. 

A few copies were issued for copyright purposes. 

274 

THE CAPTIVE 

[The Captive. 1902] 

Octavo. Issued in dove-colored, blank paper wrappers. 

Collation: pp. 34, i leaf. — Text, pp. 1-34; blank leaf. There 
is no title-page. Page i has a dropped heading and a one- 
line quotation from Isaiah at the top, followed by 22 lines 
of text, ending with "gathered round"; page 34 has 8 lines 
of text, ending with "ninety-nine years"; pages i, 17, and 
23 have signature marks. 

The story was published in Collier s Weekly y December, 1902; Illus- 
trated London NewSy summer number, 1903; and was included in 
Traffics and Discoveries, 1904. 

STEAM TACTICS 

Steam Tactics By Rudyard Kipling Price, Ten 
Cents The Curtis Publishing Company Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [1902] 



264 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1902 

Duodecimo. Issued without cover or wrapper. 

Collation: 12 leaves. — Title with ** Copyright, 1902, by Rud- 
yard Kipling in the United States and Great Britain" on 
verso, I leaf; text, 1 1 unnumbered leaves. 

This was published in 'The Saturday Evening Post and Windsor 
Magazine y December, 1902; and was collected in Traffics and 
Discoveries, 1904. 

276 

THE ROWERS 

The Rowers. [1903] 

Broadside, measuring 5! by 8| inches. 

Twenty-five copies were printed from the types of I'he Living Age^ 
January, 1903. 

The poem first appeared in I'he 'Times and The New York Times, De- 
cember 22, 1902. Two stanzas were printed in Harper s Weekly y 
January 3, 1903. 

It was not collected until 191 9, in The Years Between. 

277 

THE SETTLER 

The Settler. [London: Methuen & Co., 1903] 

Small folio leaflet. 

Collation; 2 leaves. — Title, with text beginning on verso, 
I leaf; text with verso blank, i leaf. At the end of the 
poem is "From 'The Five Nations' by Rudyard Kipling 
Published by Messrs. Methuen, by whose kind permission 
the above is printed separately." 

Mr. Joseph Chamberlain delivered an address at the banquet given 
in his honor at Cape Town, February 24, 1903, just before he 
sailed for England. "The Settler," with a heading, an extract 



1903] THE FIVE NATIONS 265 

from this speech, was printed in ^he 7'imeSy February 27. Mr. 
Chamberlain arrived from South Africa and was given a reception 
and dinner by the Lord Mayor of London, March 20, 1903. The 
poem was printed separately at this time. 

THE FIVE NATIONS 
278 

AMERICAN EDITION 

The Five Nations By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 

New York Doubleday, Page & Co. 1 903 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, untrimmed, top edges gilt. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 216. — Fore-title, title printed within 
red and black lines with copyright notice, imprint, and 
date of publication on verso, 2 leaves; dedication, contents, 
and fly-title, 6 leaves; text, pp. 1-215; p. 216 is blank. 

279 

ENGLISH EDITION 

The Five Nations By Rudyard Kipling [vignette] 

Methuen and Co. 36 Essex Street W. C. London 

1903 

Octavo. Issued in red buckram, untrimmed, top edges gilt. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 216. — Fore-title, title printed within 
red and black lines with imprint on verso, dedication, con- 
tents, fly-title, 8 leaves; text, pp. 1-215; p. 216 is blank. 
Advertisements, dated July, 1903, pp. 38, not a part of the 
book. 

Two hundred copies were printed on large paper, and thirty on 
Japan paper. 



266 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1903 

Contents 

Dedication. 

The Sea and the Hills. 

The first and second stanzas were used as headings to Chap- 
ters XII and XIII, Kim, 1901. 

The Bell Buoy. 

McClures Magazine^ February, 1897. 

The Cruisers. 

The New York Herald; The Sun (New York); The Morning 
Post, August 14; separately, 1899. 

The Destroyers. 

Windsor, and McClure's Magazines, May; separately, 1898. 

White Horses. 

L//^r^/«r^, October 23 ; The New York Tribune, October 31; 
separately for copyright purposes, 1897; separately, 1898. 

The Second Voyage. 

The Dykes. 

The Song of Diego Valdez. 

The third stanza was used as a heading to Chapter vi, Kim. 

The Broken Men. 

The Feet of the Young Men. 

Scribners Magazine, December, 1897; The Outlook, illus- 
trated by Alden Pierson, June 4, 1904; separately, 1920. 

The Truce of the Bear. 

Literature, October; The Critic, December, 1898. 

The Old Men. 

The Explorer. 

The Wage-Slaves. 

The Burial. 

The Times and The Boston Globe, April 9, with the title 
*'C. J. Rhodes"; McClure's Magazine, June 2, 1902, with the 
title "Cecil Rhodes." 

General Joubert. 

The Friend, March 30, with the title "The Death of General 
Joubert"; The New York Tribune, April 4; Harper s Weekly, 
April 7; The Daily Mail, 1900. 

The Palace. 

Song of the Wise Children. 

Sussex. 



1903] THE FIVE NATIONS 267 

Buddha at Kamakura. 

Letters of Travel, The Times and The Sun (New York), 

July 2, 1892; heading to Chapters i, 11, and iii, Kim, 1901. 

One stanza printed in the newspapers was not reprinted. 
The White Man's Burden. 

The Times and Literature ^ February 4; McClure's Magazine^ 

February; separately, London, 1899. 
Pharoah and the Sergeant. 

The New York Tribune^ August 29; McClure's Magazine ^ 

September, 1897. 
Our Lady of the Snows. 

The Times J April 27, 1897. 
"Et Dona Ferentes." 

Separately; St. James's Gazette, March 27, 1896. 
Kitchener's School. 

The Times and The Sun (New York), December 8; Literature y 

December 10, 1898. 
The Young Queen. 

The Times, October 4; Harper's Weekly, October 13, 1900. 
Rimmon. 
The Old Issue. 

The Times and The Boston Globe, September 29; McClure's 

Magazine, September; separately, with the title "The King," 

1899. 
The Bridge-Guard in the Karroo. 

The Times, June 5; separately, 1901. 
The Lesson. 

The Times, July 29; separately, 1901. 
Files. 
The Reformer. 

The Times, October 12; The Bookman, December; separately, 

1901. 
Dirge of Dead Sisters. 
The Islanders. 

The Times and The New York Herald, January 4; World's 

Work, February; separately, 1902. 
The Peace of Dives. 

South Africa. "Lived a woman wonderful." 
The Settler. 

The Times, February 27; Collier's Weekly, March 7; sepa- 
rately, 1903. 



268 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1903 

Service Songs 
Chant-Pagan. 
M.I. 

Windsor^^ndMcClure s Magazines ^Octohtr\ separately, 1901. 
Columns. 

The Parting of the Columns. 
Two Kopjes. 
The Instructor. 
Boots. 

The Married Man. 
Lichtenberg. 
Stellenbosh. 

Half-Ballad of Waterval. 
Piet. 

"Wilful-Missing." 
Ubique. 
The Return. 
Recessional. 

^he TimeSy July 17, 1897. 

In the first English edition, line 3 of verse 11 of the poem "The Ex- 
plorer" begins "David." This was changed in later editions to 
"Saul he." The first American edition has "Saul he." There are 
several other differences, a word here and there, an aspirate or 
final d dropped. 

"The Burial" was reprinted in The Right Honourable Cecil Rhodes: 
A Monograph and a Reminiscence by Sir Thomas E. Fuller, 
Longmans, Green & Co., London, 1910. 

"The Return" was reprinted in Remember Louvain! A Little Book 
of Liberty and War. Selected by E. V. Lucas, Methuen & Co., 

"Sussex" was reprinted in Petworth Posie, by Beatrice V. Lecon- 
field, 191 8; and in Poems of To-day: An Anthology published for 
the English Association by Sidgwick & Jackson, London, 1922. 

"The Destroyers" was reprinted in Battle Souvenir, No. i, 'The 
Yachting Monthly ^ 191 4, with illustrations by Frank Mason and 
Arthur Briscoe, 

"The Feet of the Young Men," with photographic illustrations by 
Lewis E. Freeman, was published by Doubleday, Page & Co., 
1922. 



1904] THE MUSE AMONG THE MOTORS 269 

The Five Nations and The Seven Seas, Bombay edition, 1914, 
contains "The Rowers," "The Absent-Minded Beggar," and 
"Bobs," which were not collected before. 



280 

Their Lawful Occasions. [London, 1903] 

Pamphlet, printed for copyright purposes in England. 

The story was published in Collier's Weekly y October 3 and 10, 1903; 
Windsor Magazine y December, 1903, and January, 1904; and was 
collected in Traffics and Discoveries, 1904. 

THE MUSE AMONG THE MOTORS 
281 

ENGLISH EDITION 

The Muse Among The Motors. By Rudyard Kip- 
Hng. "Daily Mail'' Publishing Office, Carmelite 
House, Carmelite Street, London, E. C. Price One 
Penny. Copyright 1904 by Rudyard Kipling in 
U. S. A. 

Octavo. 

Collation: 7 unnumbered proof sheets. — Title with verso 
blank, i leaf; text, 6 leaves, printed on one side only. 

I. The Advertisement. 

II. The Engineer: The Justice's Tale. 

III. To a Lady: Persuading Her to a Car. 

IV. The Progress of the Spark: i6th circuit. 
V. The Braggart. 

VI. To Motorists. 



X]0 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1904 

VII. Juan before J.P.'s. 

VIII. The Idiot Boy. 

IX. The Landau. 

X. The Dying Chauffeur. 

XI. The Inventor. 

XII. Contradictions. 

XIII. Fastness. 

XIV. The Beginner. 

Two copies only were printed. 



282 
AMERICAN EDITION 

The Muse Among the Motors By Rudyard Kipling 
[device] New York Doubleday, Page & Company 
1904 

Duodecimo. Issued in brown paper wrappers, trimmed, the 
front cover lettered "The Muse Among the Motors By 
Rudyard Kipling," within black border lines. 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-10; blank leaf. 

Contents 

I. The Advertisement. (In the manner of the early English.) 

II. The Engineer: The Justice's Tale. (Geoffrey Chaucer.) 

III. To a Lady: Persuading Her to a Car. (Ben Jonson.) 

IV. The Progress of the Spark: 1 6th circuit. (John Donne.) 
V. The Braggart. (Mat. Prior.) 

VI. To Motorists. (Robert Herrick.) 

VII. Lord Byron. 

VIII. The Idiot Boy. (W. Wordsworth.) 

IX. The Landau. (W. H. Praed.) 

X. The Dying Chauffeur. (Adam Lindsay Gordon.) 

XI- The Inventor. (R. W. Emerson.) 

XII. Contradictions. (H. W. Longfellow.) 



THE MUSE 

AMONG 

THE MOTORS. 



Mr 



Rudyard Kipling. 



<• Daily Uiil '* Publishing Cftce, 
Carmelite House, Carmelite Street, LeodOD, B.C. 



PRICD ONE PENNY. 
Copyright 1904 ty BuayaM Rjpllna in U.6.A. 



The Muse 
Among the Motors 



By 

Rudyard Kipling 




NEW YORK 

DOUBLEDAY. PAGE Sc COMPANY 

1904 



1905] THE ARMY OF A DREAM 271 

XIII. Fastness. (Alfred Tennyson.) 

XIV. The Beginner: After he has been extemporizing, etc. 
(Robert Browning.) 

The pamphlet was published January 21, 1904. The poems were 
printed in T!he Daily Mail, February 5, 6, 9, 13, 17, 23, 1904; 
and were collected in The Years Between, Bombay edition, 1919. 



THE ARMY OF A DREAM 
283 

AMERICAN EDITION 

The Army of a Dream By Rudyard Kipling [orna- 
ment] Doubleday, Page & Company 1904 
See reproduction of title-page. 

Octavo. Issued in stiff green paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered in dark green. 

Collation: pp. 64. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-63; p. 64 is blank. 

A few copies were issued for copyright purposes. The story was 
printed in The Morning Poj/, June 15, 16, 17, 18; and was re- 
printed in Traffics and Discoveries, October, 1904. 



284 



ENGLISH EDITION 



The Army of a Dream Reprinted from * Traffics 
and Discoveries' By Rudyard Kipling London 
Macmillan and Co., Limited 1905 All rights re- 
served 



The Army of a Dream 



By Rudyard Kipling 



JB^ 



■m3 



y 



NEW YORK 

DOUBLEDAY, PAGE ^ COMPANY 

1904 



I9043 "THEY" 273 

Octavo. Issued in buff paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered in red. 

Collation: pp. 64. — Fore-title with publisher's monogram 
on verso, title with dedication on verso, 2 leaves; text, 
pp. 5-62. Advertisements, i leaf. 

^he Navy League Journal^ August, 1904, contains a letter from Kip- 
ling summarizing "The Army of a Dream," which was reprinted 
in ^he Daily Mail, August 6, 1904. 

285 

THE COMPLETE MOTORIST 

The Complete Motorist Being an account of the 
Evolution and Construction of the Modern Motor- 
Car; With Notes on the selection, use, and main- 
tenance of the same; and on the pleasure of travel 
upon the Public Roads By A. B. Filson Young 
[quotation, 4 lines] New York: McClure, Phillips 
& Co. London: Methuen & Co. 1904 
Octavo. Issued in cloth. 
Collation: pp. xxvi, 338. — Illustrated. 

This contains a letter from Kipling, dated Cape Town, April, 1904, 
which was printed in The Morning Post and The Daily Mail, 
September 12, 1904. 

"THEY" 

286 

COPYRIGHT EDITION 

They By Rudyard Kipling New York Charles 
Scribner's Sons 1904 



274 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1904 

Octavo. Issued in paper wrappers. 

Collation. — Text, pp. 39. 

Printed for copyright purposes. The story was published in Scrib- 
ners Magazine, August 4; and was reprinted in Traffics and 
Discoveries, published early in October, 1904. It was issued 
separately in England, 1905, and in America, 1906. 

287 
ENGLISH EDITION 

*They* By Rudyard Kipling With Illustrations by 
F. H. Townsend London Macmillan and Co., 
Limited 1905 All rights reserved 

Octavo. Issued in white cloth, lettered and ornamented in 
gold, trimmed. 

Collation: 80 leaves. — Fore-title, frontispiece, title, list of 
illustrations, poem **The Return of the Children," 6 
leaves; text, leaves numbered 7-80, printed on one side 
only; 15 colored illustrations, included in the pagination. 

The imprint on page 80 of the first issue is "Bemrose Dalziel"; in 
the second issue it is " Bemrose & Sons." 

288 

AMERICAN EDITION 

*They* By Rudyard Kipling With Illustrations by 
F. H. Townsend [ornament] New York Double- 
day, Page & Company 1906 

Octavo. Issued in pale-blue cloth, untrimmed, gilt top, with 
one of the colored illustrations pasted on the front cover, 
lettered in gold. 

Collation: 80 leaves. — Fore-title, list of books by Kipling, 



1904] TRAFFICS AND DISCOVERIES 275 

title within red and black border lines with copyright 
notices and date of publication on verso, list of illustra- 
tions, poem "The Return of the Children," 6 leaves; text, 
leaves numbered 7-80, printed on one side only; 15 colored 
illustrations, all but the frontispiece included in the pagi- 
nation. 

TRAFFICS AND DISCOVERIES 

289 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Traffics And Discoveries By Rudyard Kipling 

London Macmillan and Co., Limited 1904 All 

rights reserved 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth. 

Collation; 4 leaves, pp. 394, 3 leaves. — Blank leaf, fore- 
title, title, and contents, 4 leaves; fly- title with poem on 
verso, and text, pp. 1-393. Advertisements, 3 leaves. Ad- 
vertisements of various dates, "20, 9, 04," or "25, 8, 04," 
etc., 8 leaves, not a part of the book. 

290 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Traffics and Discoveries By Rudyard Kipling 
[ornament] New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1904 
Octavo. Issued in green cloth, untrimmed, top edges gilt. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 364, i leaf. — Fore-title, title printed 
within red and black lines with copyright notice and date 
of publication on verso, contents, 3 leaves; fly-title with 
poem on verso, and text, pp. 1-363; blank leaf. 



276 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1904 

Contents 

From the Masjid-al-Aqsa of Sayyid Ahmed (Wahabi). 

Songs from Books, 191 2, with the title "The Captive." 
The Captive. 

Collier s Weekly y December 6; separately, 1902; Illustrated 

London News, summer number, 1903. 
Poseidon's Law. 

Songs from Books, 191 2. 
The Bonds of Discipline. 

Windsor Magazine and Collier s Weekly, August, 1903. 
The Runners. 

Not reprinted in Songs from Books. 
A Sahibs' War. 

Windsor Magazine and Collier s Weekly, December, 1901. 
The Wet Litany. 

Songs from Books, 191 2. 
"Their Lawful Occasions." 

Collier s Weekly, October 3 and 10; separately, 1903; Windsor 

Magazine, December, 1903, and January, 1904. 

The heading to Part 11 is reprinted in Songs from Books, 

with the title "The Egg Shell." 
The King's Task. 

A History of England, 191 1; Songs from Books, English edi- 
tion, 1913. 
The Comprehension of Private Copper. 

Everybody's Magazine and The Strand, October, 1902. 
The Necessitarian. 

Songs from Books, 191 2. 
Steam Tactics. 

Windsor Magazine and 'The Saturday Evening Post, December; 

separately, 1902. 
Kaspar's Song in "Varda." 

Songs from Books, 191 2, with the title "Butterflies." 
"Wireless." 

Scribners Magazine, August, 1902. 
Song of the Old Guard. 

Not reprinted in Songs from Books. 



1904] HELIOTROPES 277 

The Army of a Dream. 

The Morning Post, June 15-18, 1904; separately, 1904 and 

1905. 
The Return of the Children. 

Songs from Books, 191 2. 
"They." 

Scribners Magazine^ August, 1904; separately, 1904, 1905, 

1906. 
From Leyden's "Irenius," Act iii, sc. 11. 
Mrs. Bathurst. 

Windsor y and Metropolitan Magazines y March, 1904. 
"Our Fathers Also." 

Songs from Books, 191 2. 
Below the Mill Dam. 

The Monthly Review, September; separately, 1902. 



291 

HELIO-TROPES 

Helio-Tropes Or New Posies For Sundials Written 
in an old book partly in English and partly in Latin 
and Expounded in English by John Parmenter, 
Clerk, of Wingham in the County of Kent 1625 
Edited by Perceval Landon 1904 [quotation, 4 
lines] Methuen & Co. 36 Essex Street W. C. Lon- 
don 

Small quarto. Issued, trimmed at top and sides, in gray 
boards, buckram back with paper label. 

Collation: 42 leaves. — Blank leaf, fore-title, title, dedica- 
tion, 4 leaves; preface, 2 leaves; text, printed on one side 
only, ;^6 leaves. 

This includes thirty-three mottoes for sundials, the twenty-seventh 
translated from the Latin by Kipling. 



278 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1904 

THE GYPSY TRAIL 
292 

FIRST EDITION 

The Gypsy Trail By Rudyard Kipling Boston 
Alfred Bartlett. [1904] 

See reproduction of title-page. 

A little book measuring 4J by 4 inches, untrimmed, bound in 
gray boards, with a white label, lettered in red and black, 
on the front cover. 

Collation: 8 leaves. — Blank leaf, fore-title, frontispiece, 
title-page printed in red and black with "Issued Novem- 
ber MCMiv" on verso, 4 leaves; text, with initial letter in 
red, 5 unnumbered pages; blank leaf at end. The front- 
cover paper is a part of the frontispiece; the back-cover 
paper is a part of the second leaf of text. The blank leaf 
in front is a part of the fore-title; the blank leaf at end is 
a part of the last leaf of text. 

This was printed at Montague, Massachusetts, by Carl Rollins, 



SECOND EDITION 

A second edition, issued by Alfred Bartlett in 1904, is a little 
larger in size than the first. 

The title is in six lines, printed in red and black, with verso 
blank. Beneath the frontispiece is the legend ** Drawing 
by E. B. Bird." On verso of the seventh leaf is the imprint 
** Printed by Fred & Bertha Gaudy at the Village Press, 
Hingham, Mass." 



THE GYPSY TRAIL 



BY 

RUDYARD KIPLING 



BOSTON 
ALFRED BARTLETT 



28o KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1904 

In form and appearance this edition resembles the first. The follow- 
ing corrections were made in the text: "pattern" was changed to 
"patteran"; "wild sea" to "white sea"; "open beach" to "opal 
beach"; and "wholesale wold" to "wholesome wold." 



A third edition was copyrighted and published by Alfred Bartlett 
in 1909. Only the frontispiece and ornament on the title-page, by 
W. A. D[wiggins], could be copyrighted. 



294 
THIRD EDITION 

The Gipsy Trail By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Alfred Bartlett Boston. [1909] 

Small octavo, measuring 6^ by 4 inches. Issued in green or 
brown wrappers, the front cover lettered in black. 

Collation: 8 leaves. — Fore-title, frontispiece signed **WAD,'* 
title with "Copyright, 1909, by Alfred Bartlett" on verso, 
3 leaves; text, 4 leaves, pp. 5-1 1 ; blank leaf. 

This was printed at the Cornhill Press. The text follows that of 
the second edition. 

The poem was published in 'The Century Magaziney December, 1890, 
and was set to music by Tod B. GoUoway, 1897. It was not 
collected by Kipling until 191 9, in Inclusive Verse. 



METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE 

Vol. XXI. No. I, October, 1904. 
A Tour of Inspection. 

This story was also published in Windsor Magazine^ December, 
1904. It has not been collected. 



1905] THE HERITAGE 281 

296 
THROUGH ISLE AND EMPIRE 

Through Isle and Empire By the Vicomte Robert 
D'Humieres Translated by Alexander Teixeira de 
Mattos With a Prefatory Letter by Rudyard Kip- 
ling London William Heinemann 1905 
Octavo. Issued in red or green cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. xiii-lx, 300. — Fore-tide, title, dedi- 
cation, contents, 4 leaves; *'A Letter by Way of Preface 
to the English Edition" signed ** Rudyard Kipling, Bate- 
man's, Burwash, Sussex, August 7, 1904," 1 leaves; intro- 
duction, pp. xiii-lx; fly-title and text, pp. 1-300. 

The American edition was published by Doubleday, Page & Co. 

A letter from Kipling to Vicomte Robert D'Humieres, in acknowledg- 
ment of a copy of the original book, was published in Le FigarOy 
September 12, and in ^he Daily Mail, September 13, 1904. 



297 

THE HERITAGE 

The Heritage. 

Broadside, measuring 11 by 6 inches, issued for copyright 
purposes, November, 1905. 

The poem appeared in Collier s Weekly, November 4, illustrated by 
F. X. Leyendecker, and was reprinted in The Empire and the 
Century, 1905. It was included in Songs from Books, 191 2. 



282 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1905 

298 
THE EMPIRE AND THE CENTURY 

The Empire and The Century A Series of Essays 

on Imperial Problems and Possibilities by Various 

Writers With an Introduction by Charles Sydney 

Goldman, Author of *'With General French and 

the Cavalry in South Africa'' and a Poem by Rud- 

yard Kipling, entitled "The Heritage" With seven 

maps London John Murray, Albemarle Street 1905 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: pp. xxiii, 895. — Fore-title, title, dedication, 3 
leaves; contents, pp. vii-xxiii; "The Heritage," by Rud- 
yard Kipling, pp. i, 2; fly-title, text, and index, pp. 3-895. 

The American edition was published by E. P. Button & Co., 1905. 



PUCK OF POOK'S HILL 
299 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Puck Of Pook's Hill by Rudyard Kipling London 
Macmillan and Co., Limited 1906 All rights re- 
served 
Octavo. Issued in red cloth, trimmed, top edges gilt. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 306, i leaf. — Blank leaf, fore-title 
with Kipling's device on verso, frontispiece, title with 
copyright notice on verso, contents, list of illustrations. 



i9o6] PUCK OF POOK'S HILL 283 

6 leaves; fly-title and text, pp. 1-306. Advertisements, 
I leaf, a part of the last signature. Advertisements, 4 
leaves, not a part of the book. 

The table of contents gives only the stones. 



300 
AMERICAN EDITION 

Puck Of Pook's Hill by Rudyard Kipling Illustrated 

by Arthur Rackham, A. R. W. S. [ornament] New 

York Doubleday, Page & Company 1906 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 278. — Blank leaf, fore-title with list 
of books on verso, title with copyright notice, date of pub- 
lication, and list of stories published in McClures Maga- 
zine with the title *'Robin-Goodfellow — His Friends" on 
verso, contents, list of illustrations, and fly-title, 6 leaves; 
text, beginning with *' Puck's Song," pp. 1-277; p. 278 is 
blank; 4 colored plates by Arthur Rackham. 

Four stories were published in T^he Ladies' Home Journal^ with the 
title "Puck of Pook's Hill," illustrated by Charlotte Harding. 
The remaining six stones were published in McClure's Magazine^ 
illustrated by Andre Castaigne, with head- and tailpieces, and 
initial letters by Frederick Steel. The introduction to the first 
story in McC lure's Magazine was not reprinted. 

All the stories were printed in 'The Strand, illustrated by Claude A. 
Shepperson. 

Many changes were made in the text, as printed in book form, and 
the English and American editions differ slightly in every story. 
In the English edition the table of contents gives only the stories; 
the American edition gives the stories and all the poems except 
two, "Cities and Thrones and Powers" and "Prophets have hon- 
our all over the earth." 



284 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1906 

Contents 
Puck's Song. 

Three stanzas were added when the poem was reprinted in 

Songs from Books, 191 2. 
Weland's Sword. 

The Strand and I'he Ladies' Home Journal^ January, 1906. 
A Tree Song. 
Young Men of the Manor. 

I'he Strand and The Ladies' Home Journal^ February, 1906. 
Sir Richard's Song. 
Harp Song of the Dane Women. 
The Knights of the Joyous Venture. 

The Strand and The Ladies' Home Journal^ March, 1906. 
Thorkild's Song. 

Two stanzas were added when the poem was reprinted in 

Songs from Books. 
Old Men of Pevensey. 

The Strand and The Ladies' Home Journal^ April, 1906. 
The Runes on Weland's Sword. 
" Cities and Thrones and Powers." 

"Introductory Poem" to Songs from Books. 
A Centurion of the Thirtieth. 

The Strand and McClure's Magazine, May, 1906. 
A British-Roman Song. 
On the Great Wall. 

The Strand and McClure's Magazine, June, 1906. 

The heading is part of the poem "Rimini," printed in Songs 

from Books. 
A Song to Mithras. 
The Winged Hats. 

The Strand and McClure's Magazine, July, 1906. 
A Pict Song. 
"Prophets have honour all over the earth." 

Reprinted in Songs from Books with the title "Prophets at 

Home." 
Hal o' the Draft. 

The Strand and McClure's Magazine, August, 1906. 
A Smuggler's Song. 
The Bee Boy's Song. 



i9o6] THE TEMPEST 285 

"DymchurchFlit." 

'The Strand and McClures Magazine y September, 1906. 
A Three-Part Song. 
Song of the Fifth River. 
The Treasure and the Law. 

The Strand and McC lure's Magazine ^ October, 1906. 
The Children's Song. 

"The Children's Song" has been included in Hymnals and Song 
Books for Children. It was printed separately in 1914 by Mac- 
millan & Co., as a broadside, a leaflet of two leaves, and a booklet 
of four leaves. 

"Puck's Song" and "A Tree Song" were included in The Magic 
Casement an Anthology of Fairy Poetry, by Alfred Noyes, 
Chapman & Hall, 1908. 

"Puck's Song" was included in My Life as a Naturalist, by 
W. Percival Westell, London, 191 8. 

A beautiful tribute to Kipling was published in The Bookman, Sep- 
tember, 191 8, with the title "Via Pook's Hill." The letter, de- 
scribing a bicycle trip near Bateman's, Burwash, was written by 
Wainwright Merrill (Arthur M. Stanley), who was killed at Ypres 
with the British artillery, November 5, 1917. 

301 

THE TEMPEST 

A Letter from Rudyard Kipling on a Possible 
Source of The Tempest with an Epistle to the 
Reader by Edwin Collins Frost Privately Printed 
Providence 1906 

See reproduction of title-page. 

Sextodecimo. Issued in brown boards, untrimmed, with 
black leather label on the back lettered in gold " Kipling 
on the Tempest." 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 7-32, i leaf. — Blank leaf, fore-title 
**The Still- Vext Bermoothes," title with copyright notice, 



A LETTER FROM 

RUDYARD KIPLING 

ON 
A POSSIBLE SOURCE OF 

THE TEMPEST 



WITH AN EPISTLE 
TO THE READER 

BY 
EDWIN COLLINS FROST 



(D 



PRIVATELY PRINTED 

PROVIDENCE 
I 906 



i9i6] PAPERS ON PLAYMAKING 287 

imprint, and number of copies printed on verso, "To the 
Reader," 4 leaves; text, pp. 7-14; fly-title **Mr. Kipling's 
Letter," and text, pp. 15-32; blank leaf. 

Fifty-two copies were printed. 

The letter appeared in T^he Spectator^ July 2, 1898. It was reprinted 
in A Book of Homage to Shakespeare, and in Papers on Play- 
making, by the Dramatic Museum of Columbia University, 191 6. 



302 

A BOOK OF HOMAGE TO SHAKESPEARE 

1916 A Book of Homage to Shakespeare Edited by- 
Israel Gollancz, Litt. D., F. B. A. Honorary Secre- 
tary of the Shakespeare Tercentenary Committee 
[device] Humphrey Milford Oxford University 
Press 

Folio. Issued in white cloth, untrimmed, top edges gilt, the 
front cover and back lettered in gold. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. vii-xxxii, 557, i leaf. — Limit notice, 
fore-title printed in red with imprint on verso, title printed 
in red and black, 3 leaves; preface, contents, list of illus- 
trations, fly- title, pp. vii-xxxii; text, pp. 1-553; list of con- 
tributors, pp. 555-557; blank leaf; 9 illustrations, inserted. 
"The Vision of the Enchanted Island," by Rudyard Kip- 
ling, pp. 200-203. 

PAPERS ON PLAYMAKING 

Papers on Playmaking I How Shakspere Came to 
Write the * Tempest' by Rudyard Kipling With 
an Introduction by Ashley H. Thorndike [device] 



288 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1906 

Printed for the Dramatic Museum of Columbia 
University in the City of New York mcmxvi 

Quarto. Issued in gray boards, untrimmed, with white paper 
label on the front cover. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 38. — Fore-title with list of books on 
verso, title with copyright notice on verso, contents, 3 
leaves; introduction, pp. 1-22; "How Shakspere Came to 
write The Tempest," pp. 23-32; notes and limit notice, 
PP- 33-38. 

SOUTH AFRICA 

South Africa A Poem By Rudyard Kipling Copy- 
right MDCCccvi By Rudyard Kipling All Rights 
Reserved Doubleday, Page and Company mdccccvi 

See reproduction of title-page. 

Duodecimo. Issued in stiff gray paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered "South Africa." 

Collation: 8 leaves. — Title, fly- title, 2 leaves; text, 6 leaves, 
printed on one side only. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 
The poem was printed in 'The Standard^ July 27, 1906. It has not 
been reprinted. It was written on the eve of the anniversary of 
Majuba Hill, and begins: 

"The shame of a Majuba Hill 
Lies heavy on our lines." 

A poem with the same title was published in The Five Nations, 1903. 
It begins: "Lived a woman wonderful." 



SOUTH AFRICA 


A POEM 


BY 


RUDYARD KIPLING 


COPYRIGHT 
M DCCCCVI 

BY 
RUDYARD 
KIPLING 
ALL RIGHTS 
RESERVED 


DOUBLEDAY, PAGE 

AND COMPANY 

MDCCCCVI 



290 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1906 

"THE TIMES" AND THE PUBLISHERS 

"The Times" and the Publishers Privately Printed 

for The Publishers' Association Stationers' Hall, 

London 1906. 

Octavo. Issued in paper wrappers, the front cover lettered. 

Collation: pp. 32. — Title with table of contents on verso, 
I leaf; text, with imprint ** Boyle, Son & Watchurst, Print- 
ers, Warwick Square, London, E. C." at foot of the last 
page, pp. 3-32. **Mr. Rudyard Kipling's Opinion" (The 
Times y October 20, 1906), pp. 15-17. 

A second edition was issued, but there is no difference except for 
the words "Second Edition" on the title-page. 

THE SONS OF MARTHA 
306 

The Sons Of Martha By Rudyard Kipling [1907] 

Broadside, measuring 13! by io| inches, the size of the 
Sunday Supplement to The New York Tribune, printed 
from the same plate on stiff cardboard. 

Eight stanzas, 4 lines each, within a border designed by 
Charles A. Winter. At the foot is ^'Copyrighted 1907, by 
Rudyard Kipling. All rights in the United Kingdom of 
Great Britain, and Ireland, its Colonies and Dependencies, 
strictly reserved. Reprint from The Associated Sunday 
Magazines." 

The poem was printed in The Standard, April 29, 1907. It was in- 
cluded in Twenty Poems, 1918, and in Inclusive Verse, 1919. 



1907] COLLECTED VERSE 291 

CHICAGO EDITION 

The Sons of Martha By Rudyard Kipling. [Chi- 
cago, n.d.] 
Oblong leaflet. Printed on cream-colored paper in brown ink. 

Collation: 2 leaves. — Title, p. i; note by Arthur M. Lewis 
and 2 stanzas of poem, p. 2; 3 stanzas, p. 3; 3 stanzas 
and imprint "John F. Higgins, Printer 876 W. Monroe 
Street," p. 4. 

308 

SPEECH AT THE DINNER OF THE ARTISTS' 
GENERAL BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION 

Speech of Mr. Rudyard Kipling, as Chairman at the 

Annual Dinner of the Artists' General Benevolent 

Institution, On May the Ninth, 1907. (Printed by 

permission.) 

Octavo. Issued in terra-cotta paper wrappers. 

Collation: 2 leaves. — Title on the front cover; text, with 
"Copyright" at foot of the last page, pp. 1-4. 

COLLECTED VERSE 

309 

Collected Verse Of Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1907 
Octavo. Issued in red cloth, top edges gilt. 



292 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1907 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 376. — Fore-title with list of Kipling's 
books on verso, title printed within red and black lines 
with copyright notices and date of publication on verso, 
fly-title, 3 leaves; contents, 3 leaves; poem **The Fires," 
I leaf; fly-title, i leaf; text, pp. 1-367; indexes to "First 
Lines" and "Subjects," pp. 369-375; imprint, p. 376. 

"The Fires " was first printed in this collection, and was reprinted in 
World's Work J November, 1907. 

The volume contains Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads, Depart- 
mental Ditties and Other Verses, The Seven Seas, and The Five 
Nations. 

The English edition was published by Hodder & Stoughton in 191 2. 

310 
ILLUSTRATED EDITION 

Collected Verse Of Rudyard Kipling with illus- 
trations by W. Heath Robinson Doubleday, Page 
& Co. New York 19 10 

Quarto. Issued in cloth and leather, ornamented and lettered 
in gold. 

Collation: 10 leaves, pp. 392, i leaf. — Fore- title, title 
printed in red and black with copyright notices on verso, 
contents, list of illustrations, fly-title, introductory poem 
*'The Fires," fly-title, and fly-title to dedication from 
"Barrack-Room Ballads," 10 leaves; text and indexes, 
pp. 1-392; blank leaf; 17 plates (9 colored), and many 
vignettes on fly-titles. 

There is a limited edition of 150 copies; 125 copies, printed on spe- 
cial hand-made paper, were signed by Kipling. 

This illustrated edition was issued by Hodder & Stoughton in 
London, 191 2. Five hundred copies were printed on hand-made 
paper; 100 copies, printed on vellum, were signed by KipHng. 

The American edition contains "The Sacrifice of Er-Heb," which is 
not in the English edition. 



i9o8] DOCTORS 293 

THE FLAG 

The Flag The Book of the Union Jack Club Edited 

by Major H. F. Trippel Art Editor — P. G. Kon- 

ody One ShiUing Net Published by the Daily Mail 

for the Union Jack Club [1908] 

Quarto. Issued in brown pictorial paper wrappers. 

Collation: pp. viii, 116, ix-xxviii. — Advertisements, pp. i- 
viii; title with copyright notice on verso, i leaf; text, pp. 
3-1 16. Advertisements, pp. ix-xxviii; 18 plates, plain and 
colored. Kipling's contribution, "The Marred Drives of 
Windsor," illustrated by Byam Shaw, pp. 7-1 1. 

The Royal edition, 150 copies, was printed on hand-made paper, un- 
trimmed, plates mounted, bound in morocco. These were pre- 
sented to the royal family and to the contributors. 

The poem was included in The Years Between, Bombay edition, 
1919. 

A second portion of the play or extravaganza, "An Unrecorded 
Trial," was printed in England in The Car^ June 25, 1913, and in 
America in Country Life, January, 191 4. 

312 

DOCTORS 

Doctors An Address delivered to Students of the 
Medical School of the Middlesex Hospital, ist 
October, 1908 By Rudyard Kipling With a Preface 
Sold for the Benefit of the Middlesex Hospital Mac- 
millan and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, Lon- 
don 1908 



294 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1908 

Octavo. Issued in red buckram, the front cover lettered in 
black " Doctors An Address Delivered At The Middlesex 
Hospital By Rudyard Kipling" [device], the back lettered 
"i-Net." 

Collation: pp. 32. — Fore-title with Macmillan's imprint on 
verso, title with Richard Clay and Sons' imprint on verso, 
list of patrons and officers of the hospital, 3 leaves; preface, 
pp. 7-18; poem by Oliver Wendell Holmes, pp. 19-21; 
address by Rudyard Kipling, pp. 23-31 ; frontispiece, por- 
trait of Kipling, inserted, and a plate showing one of the 
wards. 

The address was printed in l^he Ladies' Home "Journal^ January, 1909. 



LETTERS TO THE FAMILY 

Letters to the Family (Notes on a recent trip to 
Canada) By Rudyard Kipling Toronto The Mac- 
millan Company of Canada, Limited 1908 

See reproduction of title-page. 

Small octavo. Issued in French-blue paper wrappers, the 
front cover lettered and ornamented in blue. List of the 
Uniform editions on recto of back cover; publisher's de- 
vice on back. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 5-72, i leaf. — Title with copyright 
notice on verso, preface, 2 leaves; text, pp. 5-72; blank 
leaf. 

These eight letters appeared in The Morning Post, Vancouver 
World, and Collier s Weekly, in March, April, and May, 1908. 
They were collected, without the verses, in Letters of Travel, 
1 91 9. The verses were included in Songs from Books, 191 2. 



Letters to the 
Family 

(Notes on a recent trip to Canada) 



BY 

RUDYARD KIPLING 



TORONTO 

The Macmillan Company of 
Canada, Limited 



296 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1910 



Letters to the Family Notes on a Recent Trip to 
Canada By Rudyard Kipling Toronto The Mac- 
millan Company of Canada, Ltd. 1910 

Octavo. Issued in robin's-egg blue paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered and ornamented in blue. List of the Uni- 
form editions on recto of back cover. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 7-94, i leaf. — Fore-title, title with 
copyright notice on verso, preface, 3 leaves; text, with im- 
print ''Printed by R. & R. Clark, Limited, Edinburgh" at 
foot of p. 94, pp. 7-94; blank leaf. 



THE SURPLUS 

The Surplus. [1909] 

A pamphlet, issued by the Emigrant Department of the Sal- 
vation Army, containing a letter from Kipling to Colonel 
Lamb dated Burwash, September 5, 1908. 

The letter contains an endorsement of the Army's policy, etc., in- 
cluding the sentence: "There was never an Empire that offered 
such opportunities to all men as ours, and I sometimes think that 
there never was an Empire whose people took less advantage of 
those opportunities." ' 

316 

The Salvation Army British Empire Exhibition 
Handbook. [14 lines] 1924. William Booth, Founder. 
Bramwell Booth, General. 



1909] WITH THE NIGHT MAIL 297 

Quarto. Issued in pictorial paper wrappers. 

Collation: pp. 52, i leaf. — Text, and illustrations (8 leaves, 
printed in brown on different paper, but included in the 
pagination), pp. 1-52; i leaf, printed in colors, inserted. 
"Empire Building," by Rudyard Kipling, pp. 17, 18. 

The article appeared in "The Surplus," issued by the Salvation 
Army in 1909. 

WITH THE NIGHT MAIL 

ENGLISH EDITION 

With the Night Mail A Story of 2000 a.d. (Together 

with extracts from the contemporary Magazine in 

which it appeared) By Rudyard Kipling Illustrated 

in Color By Frank X. Leyendecker and H. Reuter- 

dahl Macmillan and Co., Limited St. Martin's 

Street, London 1909 

Octavo. Issued in plain yellow paper wrappers. 

Collation: 2 leaves, leaves 3-77, 6 leaves. — Blank leaf and 
title, 2 leaves; text, leaves numbered 3-77, printed on one 
side only; advertising section, 5 unnumbered leaves; blank 
leaf. 

318 
AMERICAN EDITION 

With the Night Mail A Story of 2000 a.d. (To- 
gether with extracts from the contemporary Maga- 
zine in which it appeared) By Rudyard Kipling 



298 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1909 

Illustrated in Color by Frank X. Leyendecker and 
H. Reuterdahl [device] New York Doubleday, 
Page & Company 1909 

Octavo. Issued, untrimmed, in blue cloth, lettered and orna- 
mented in silver and gold. 

Collation: 4 leaves, leaves 3-77, 9 leaves. — Fore-title with 
list of Kipling's books on verso, title with copyright notices 
on verso, list of illustrations, and fly- title, 4 leaves; text, 
leaves numbered 3-77, printed on one side only. Adver- 
tising section, 9 unnumbered leaves; 4 colored plates, in- 
serted. Pictorial end papers. 

Published on March 26, 1909. The story first appeared in McClure's 
Magazine^ November; in Windsor Magazine^ December, 1905; 
and was reprinted in Actions and Reactions, October, 1909. 



CUCKOO SONG 

Cuckoo Song By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 1909 

Doubleday, Page & Co. New York 

Folio, untrimmed, measuring 9 by 6 inches. 

Collation: 2 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, beginning ** i, 000th Number. Cuckoo Song " 
(3 stanzas), i leaf, printed on one side only. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 

The poem was printed xn Pearson s Weekly^ September 16; Heath- 
field Memorials, 1909; and was reprinted in Songs from Books, 
1912. 



1909] A SONG OF THE ENGLISH 299 

320 
HEATHFIELD MEMORIALS 

Heathfield Memorials Collected from the Parish 
Records and other unpublished Manuscripts by- 
Perceval Lucas With an Introduction by E. V. 
Lucas London Arthur L. Humphreys 187 Picca- 
dilly, W. M c M X 

Quarto. Issued in cloth, untrimmed, ornamented in gold, top 
edges gilt. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 201, 3 leaves. — Blank leaf, fore- 
title with imprint on verso, tide printed in red and black, 
acknowledgment, contents, list of maps and illustrations, 
introduction, 8 leaves; text and indexes, pp. 1-201 ; 3 blank 
leaves. Kipling's poem, "Cuckoo Song," p. 34. 

A SONG OF THE ENGLISH 
321 

ENGLISH EDITION 

A Song of the English By Rudyard Kipling Illus- 
trated by W. Heath Robinson Hodder & Stough- 
ton, London [1909] 

Quarto. Issued in red or blue cloth, lettered and ornamented 
in gold. 

Collation: 64 leaves. — Fore-title, title printed in red and 
black within woodcut decoration, publisher's note, con- 
tents, list of illustrations, fly-title with woodcut on verso, 
and quotation, 9 leaves; fly-title, text with woodcut on 



300 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1909 

each page, fly-titles and quotations, 54 unnumbered 
leaves; imprint ''Text printed by T. and A. Constable, 
Printers to His Majesty, Edinburgh Illustrations and Bor- 
ders in Colour by Henry Stone and Son, Ltd., Banbury," 
I leaf; 30 colored plates, mounted on Japan paper, each 
protected by a leaf with woodcut and legend printed in 
green. 

Five hundred copies were printed on fine paper, bound in white 
vellum, the front cover ornamented in gold and colors, and 
signed by the artist. Fifty copies were printed on vellum, bound 
in pigskin, and signed by the author and artist. 

The American edition was published by Doubleday, Page & Co., in 
1909. An edition was printed by Hodder & Stoughton, London, 
1 9 13, which contains only sixteen colored plates. 



322 
NATIONAL BANDS FUND EDITION 

A Song of the English By Rudyard Kipling Illus- 
trated by W. Heath Robinson Published for The 
Daily Telegraph by Hodder & Stoughton, St. Paul's 
House, Warwick Sq. London, E. C. [191 5] 

Quarto. Issued in white cloth, the front cover and back 
lettered in blue "Published on Behalf of 'The Daily Tel- 
egraph' National Bands Fund." 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 13-92. — Title within woodcut deco- 
ration, with publisher's note on verso, contents, list of 
illustrations, and fly-title, 6 leaves; text, pp. 13-91 ; im- 
print ** Printed in Great Britain By Hazell, Watson and 
Viney, Ld., London and Aylesbury," p. 92; 16 colored 
plates, mounted on light-brown paper. 

With it, printed separately, is Mr. Kipling's speech, "National 
Bands." 



1909] ACTIONS AND REACTIONS 301 

ACTIONS AND REACTIONS 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Actions and Reactions By Rudyard Kipling Mac- 
millan and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, Lon- 
don 1909 
Octavo. Issued in red cloth. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 302. — Fore-title with Kipling's de- 
vice on verso, title with copyright notice on verso, con- 
tents, 3 leaves; fly-title and text, pp. 1-301; imprint, 
p. 302. Advertisements, 6 leaves, not a part of the book. 

324 
AMERICAN EDITION 

Actions and Reactions By Rudyard Kipling Illus- 
trated [ornament] New York Doubleday, Page & 
Company 1909 
Octavo. Issued in green cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 324, i leaf. — Fore-title with list of 
Kipling's books on verso, title within red and black lines, 
with copyright notice, date of publication, and Kipling's 
device on verso, contents, list of illustrations, 4 leaves; 
fly-title and text, pp. 1-324; blank leaf; 8 illustrations. 

Contents 

An Habitation Enforced. 

"The Century Magazine, August, 1905. 
The Recall. 



302 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1909 

Garm — A Hostage. 

The Saturday Evening Post^ December 23, 1899; Pearson s 
Magazine^ January, 1900. 

"The Power of the Dog." 

The Mother Hive. 

Collier s Weekly y November 28, with the title "Adventures 
of Melissa," illustrated with colored plates by Clara Elsene 
Peck; Windsor Magazine^ December, 1908. 

The Bees and the Flies. 

With the Night Mail. 

McC lure's Magazine ^ November; Windsor Magazine ^ De- 
cember, 1905. Issued separately with colored plates by 
Doubleday, Page & Co., and without plates by Macmillan & 
Co., 1909. 

The Four Angels. 

A Deal in Cotton. 

Collier s Weekly ^ December 14, 1907; Cas sell's Magazine y Jan- 
uary, 1908. 

The New Knighthood. 

The Puzzler. 

Norih American, Philadelphia, January 15; The Tribune (Lon- 
don), January 15 and 16; Collier s Weekly, February 17, 1906, 

The Puzzler. 

Little Foxes. 

Collier s Weekly, March 27; Nash's Magazine, April, 1909. 

Gallio's Song. 

The House Surgeon. 

Harper s Magazine, September and October, 1909. 

The Rabbi's Song. 

The text of the two editions varies slightly in nearly every story and 
in two of the poems, "The Four Angels," and "The Rabbi's 
Song." 

"An Habitation Enforced" was translated into French by Louis 
Fabulet and Robert D'Humieres, illustrated with lovely colored 
plates by Jessie M. King, and published by Rene Kieffer, Paris, 
1921. 



1909] A PATROL SONG 303 

THE CITY OF BRASS 

The City of Brass By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 

1909 Doubleday, Page & Co. New York 

Quarto. Untrimmed, measuring 9 by 6 inches, tied with silk. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title on the front cover, with copy- 
right notice on verso, i leaf; text, 3 leaves, printed on one 
side only. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 
The poem was printed in The Morning Posty June 28, 1909; and was 
reprinted in The Years Between, 191 9. 

A PATROL SONG 
326 

ENGLISH EDITION 

A Patrol Song. [1909] 

Broadside, measuring 9J by 6 inches. 

Eight stanzas, signed at the end "Rudyard Kipling." 

327 

AMERICAN EDITION 

A Patrol Song By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 

1909 Doubleday, Page & Co. New York 

Quarto. Untrimmed, measuring 9 by 6 inches, tied with silk. 



304 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1909 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title on the front cover, with copyright 
notice on verso, i leaf; text, 2 leaves, printed on one side 
only; the last leaf, the back cover, is blank. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 

The poem was printed in '^he Standard^ September 16, and The 
Scouty September 18, 1909; and was reprinted in Inclusive Verse, 
1919, with the title "A Boy Scouts* Patrol Song." 

ABAFT THE FUNNEL 
328 

PIRATED EDITION 

Abaft the Funnel By Rudyard Kipling "Men in 
pajamas sitting abaft the funnel and swapping lies 
of the purple seas*' New York B. W. Dodge & 
Company 1909 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, the front cover stamped in 
black and lettered in gold. The last copies bound up were 
lettered in red. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 360. — Fore-title, title with copy- 
right notice on verso, preface signed " A.F.," and contents, 
4 leaves; text, pp. 1-360. 

Only the preface could be copyrighted. 

Contents 
Erastasius of the Whanghoa. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette ^ August 21, 1889; "Turnovers," 

vol. VII. 

Her Little Responsibility. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, September 19, 1889; "Turn- 
overs," vol. VII. 

A Menagerie Aboard. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 30, 1889; "Turnovers," 
vol. V. 



1909] 



ABAFT THE FUNNEL 



305 



A Smoke of Manila. 

l!he Civil ^ Military Gazette, July 18, i^ 

vol. VII. 

The Red Lamp. 

'The Civil ^ Military Gazette, July 20, i^ 

vol. VII. 

The Shadow of his Hand. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, August 2, il 

vol. VII. 

A Little More Beef. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, September 

overs," vol. vii. 
The History of a Fall. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, November 

overs," vol. viii. 
Griffiths, the Safe Man. 

The Civil £5? Military Gazette, July 31, i^ 

vol. VII. 

It. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, June i, i? 

vol. VI. 

The Fallen Idol. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, March 16, il 

vol. I. 
New Brooms. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, August 3, li 

vol. III. 

Tiglath Pileser. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, October 26, i : 

vol. IV. 

The Likes o' Us. 

The Week's News, February 4, 1888. 
His Brother's Keeper. 

The Week's News, April 7, 1888. 
"Sleipner" late "Thurinda." 

The Week's News, May 12, 1888. 
A Supplementary Chapter. 

The Week's News, May 19, 1888. 



Turnovers, 



Turnovers," 



589; "Turnovers," 
18, 1889; "Turn- 
23, 1889; "Turn- 
89; "Turnovers," 
89; "Turnovers," 
588; "Turnovers," 
!88; "Turnovers," 
?88; "Turnovers," 



3o6 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1909 

Chautauquaed. 

T^he Pioneer^ April i ; The Pioneer Mail, April 2, 1 890. One of 

the From Sea to Sea letters, which was omitted when they were 

reprinted in book form. 
The Bow Flume Cable-Car. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ September 10, 1889; "Turn- 
overs," vol. VII. 
In Partibus. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette y December 23, 1889; "Turn- 
overs," vol. VIII. 
Letters on Leave. 

The Pioneer y September 27 and October 1 1 ; The Pioneer Mail, 

October 2 and 16, 1890. 
The Adoration of the Mage. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 25, 1890; "Turnovers," 

vol. IX. 
On Exhibition. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, February 21, 1890. 
A Death in Camp. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 29, 1890; "Turnovers," 

vol. IX. 
A Really Good Time. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, February 8, 1890; "Turnovers," 

vol. IX. 
The Three Young Men. London in a Fog. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 2, 1890; "Turnovers," 

vol. IX. 
My Great and Only. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 11 and 15; separately, 

1890; "Turnovers," vol. ix. 
The Betrayal of Confidences. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 23, 1890; "Turnovers," 

vol. IX. 
The New Dispensation, Parts i and 11. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, December 10 and 16, 1889; 

"Turnovers," vol. viii. 
The Last of the Stories. 

The Week's News, September 15, 1888. 



1909] STORIES FOR CHILDREN 307 

AUTHORIZED EDITION 

Abaft the Funnel By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
**Men in pajamas sitting abaft the funnel and swap- 
ping lies of the purple seas'' Authorized edition 
New York Doubleday, Page & Company 1909 

Octavo. Issued in gray cloth, the front cover lettered in 
white, with a tropical scene stamped in black. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. S'^^y ^ leaves. — Fore-title with list 
of Kipling's books on verso, title with ** Authorized Edition 
Doubleday, Page & Company" on verso, author's note 
signed ** October, 1909. Rudyard Kipling," contents, 4 
leaves; fly-title and text, pp. 1-323; 2 blank leaves. 

The same style of binding was used on the five stories issued sepa- 
rately in 1899 by Doubleday & McClure Co., and pirated earlier 
by Brentano's; "The Man Who Would be King," "The Courting 
of Dinah Shadd," "The Drums of the Fore and Aft," "Without 
Benefit of Clergy," and "The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney." 

In order to discourage the sale of the pirated edition published by 
Dodge & Co., the new issue was offered at nineteen cents a copy. 
Later, it was printed on better paper and bound in green cloth, 
uniform with the authorized trade edition. 



STORIES AND POEMS EVERY CHILD 
SHOULD KNOW 

Kipling Stories and Poems Every Child Should 
Know From Rudyard Kipling Edited by Mary E. 
Burt and W. T. Chapin, Ph.D. (Princeton) Illus- 



3o8 KIPLING BIBLIOGR^^PHY [1909 

trated by J. M. Gleeson, Charles Livingston Bull 
and the Author [device] New York Doubleday, 
Page & Company 1909 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, the front cover ornamented in 
white and black, and lettered in gold. 

Collation: 14 leaves, pp. 361, 3 leaves. — 1 blank leaves, 
fore-title with list of Kipling's books on verso, portrait, 
title with copyright notice on verso, dedication with 
author's note on verso, preface, contents, list of illustra- 
tions, biographical sketch by Charles Eliot Norton, 14 
leaves; text, pp. 1-361; list of books, i leaf; 2 blank 
leaves. End papers are designs representing the Jungle 
Book stories. 

The stories and poems are from The Jungle Books, Just So Stories, 
Under the Deodars, The Day's Work, "Captains Courageous," 
Many Inventions, Departmental Ditties, Barrack-Room Ballads, 
The Seven Seas, and The Five Nations. 

"The Song of the Women," given in the contents as "from Nau- 
lahka," is from Departmental Ditties, and does not contain the 
quotation given in The Naulahka, which is an entirely different 
poem. 

The same collection was issued as a school reader by Macmillan & 
Co., London, 1909. This was also issued in three volumes by 
Doubleday, Page & Co., and in two volumes with the imprint of 
Houghton Mifflin Co., 1909. 



COLD IRON 

Cold Iron By Rudyard Kipling Macmillan and Co., 
Limited St. Martin's Street, London 1909 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered from the types of the title-page. 



1909] THE WRONG THING 309 

Collation: 12 leaves. — Title with verso blank, i leaf; text, 
pp. 3-24. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 
The story was printed in l!he Delineator^ September, 1909; and was 
reprinted in Rewards and Fairies, 1910. 

A DOCTOR OF MEDICINE 

A Doctor of Medicine By Rudyard Kipling Mac- 
millan and Co.^ Limited St. Martin's Street, Lon- 
don 1909 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: pp. 24. — Title with verso blank, i leaf; text, pp. 
3-23; p. 24 is blank. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 

The story was printed in '^he Delineator^ October, 1909; Nash's 

Magazine, August, 19 10; and was reprinted in Rewards and 

Fairies. 

333 
THE WRONG THING 

The Wrong Thing By Rudyard Kipling Macmillan 
and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, London 1909 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation; pp. 28. — Title with verso blank, i leaf; text, with 
the signature mark " B " at the foot of p. 3, pp. 3-26; blank 
leaf. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 
The story was printed in The Delineator, November, 1909; Nash's 
Magazine, May y 1910; and was reprinted in Rewards and Fairies. 



3IO KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1909 

334 

GLORIANA 

Gloriana By Rudyard Kipling Macmillan and Co., 
Limited St. Martin's Street, London 1909 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: pp. 24. — Title with verso blank, i leaf; text, pp. 
3-22; blank leaf. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 

The story was printed in T^he Delineator, December, 1909; Nash's 

Magazine i March, 1910; and was reprinted in Rewards and 

Fairies. 

335 

THE CONVERSION OF ST. WILFRID 

The Conversion of St. Wilfrid By Rudyard Kipling 
Macmillan and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, 
London 1909 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered from the types of the tide-page. 

Collation: pp. 24. — Title with verso blank, i leaf; text, pp. 

3-24- 
A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 
The story was printed in The Delineator, January; and was reprinted 

in Rewards and Fairies, 1910. 

336 

THE TREE OF JUSTICE 

The Tree of Justice by Rudyard Kipling Macmillan 
and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, London, 1909 



I9IO] BROTHER SQUARE-TOES 311 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: pp. 28. — Title with verso blank, i leaf; text, pp. 
3-27; p. 28 is blank. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 
The story was printed in 'The Delineator^ February; and was re- 
printed in Rewards and Fairies, 1910. 



337 

SIMPLE SIMON 

Simple Simon by Rudyard Kipling Macmillan and 
Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, London 1910 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: pp. 24. — Title with verso blank, i leaf; text, pp. 
3-23; p. 24 is blank. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 
The story was printed in 'The Delineator y June; Nash's Magazine ^ 
July; and was reprinted in Rewards and Fairies, 1910. 

338 

BROTHER SQUARE-TOES 

Brother Square-Toes by Rudyard Kipling Mac- 
millan and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, Lon- 
don 1910 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: pp. 32. — Title with verso blank, i leaf; text, pp. 
3-29; p. 30 is blank; blank leaf. 



312 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1910 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 
The story was printed in "The Delineator^ July; ^^d was reprinted in 
Rewards and Fairies, 1910. 



339 
A PRIEST IN SPITE OF HIMSELF 

A Priest In Spite of Himself by Rudyard Kipling 
Macmillan and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, 
London 1910 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: pp. 2^- — Title with verso blank, i leaf; text, pp. 
2~33''i P* 34 is blank; blank leaf. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 
The story was printed in The Delineator y August; and was reprinted 
in Rewards and Fairies, 1910. 

340 

THE HORSE MARINES 

The Horse Marines By Rudyard Kipling [device] 
Garden City, New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany, 1 9 10 

Duodecimo. Issued in tan paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered "The Horse Marines by Rudyard Kipling." 

Collation: pp. 24. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-21; p. 22 is blank; blank leaf. 

The story was printed in Pearson s Magazine ^ October, 1910; and 
was reprinted in A Diversity of Creatures, 1917. 



I9IO] REWARDS AND FAIRIES 313 

REWARDS AND FAIRIES 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Rewards and Fairies by Rudyard Kipling with Il- 
lustrations by Frank Craig Macmillan and Co., 
Limited St. Martin's Street, London 1910 
Octavo. Issued in red cloth, gilt top. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 340, 4 leaves. — Fore-title with Kip- 
ling's device on verso, title printed within red lines with 
copyright notice on verso, contents, list of illustrations, in- 
troductory poem **A Charm," introduction, 6 leaves; fly- 
title and text, pp. 1-338; advertisements, i leaf, a part of 
the last signature. Advertisements, 4 leaves. 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Rewards and Fairies by Rudyard Kipling Author 

of " Puck of Pook's Hill," "Actions and Reactions," 

"The Day's Work," etc. [device] Garden City 

New York Doubleday, Page & Company 19 10 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 344. — Blank leaf, fore-title with list 
of Kipling's books on verso, title printed within red and 
black lines with copyright notice on verso, fly-title with 
Kipling's device on verso, introductory poem "A Charm," 
contents, list of illustrations, introduction, 8 leaves; fly- 
title and text, pp. 1-344; 4 illustrations. 



314 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1910 

Contents 
A Charm. 

Introduction. 
Cold Iron. 

^he Delineator, September; separately in England, 1909. 
Cold Iron. 
The Two Cousins. 

Reprinted in Songs from Books with the title "The Queen's 

Men." 
Gloriana. 

The Delineator^ December; separately in England, 1909; 

Nash's Magazine^ March, 1910. 
The Looking-Glass. 

Reprinted, with one additional stanza, in Songs from Books. 
A Truthful Song. 
The Wrong Thing. 

The Delineator^ November; separately in England, 1909; 

Nash's Magazine^ May, 1910. 
King Henry VII and the Shipwrights. 
The Way through the Woods. 
Marklake Witches. 
Brookland Road. 
The Run of the Downs. 
The Knife and the Naked Chalk. 

Harper s Magazine, December, 1909, with illustrations by 

Elizabeth Shippen Green. 
Song of the Men's Side. 
Philadelphia. 

Not reprinted in Songs from Books, but included in Inclusive 

Verse, second edition, 1921. 
Brother Square-Toes. 

The Delineator y July; separately in England, 1910. 
If. 

American Magazine, October; separately, many times. 
A St. Helena Lullaby. 
"A Priest in spite of Himself." 

The Delineator, August; separately in England, 1910. 
"Poor Honest Men." 
Eddi's Service. 



I9IO] REWARDS AND FAIRIES 315 

The Conversion of St. Wilfrid. 

'T^he Delineator^ January, 1910; separately in England, 1909. 
Song of the Red War-Boat. 
An Astrologer's Song. 
A Doctor of Medicine. 

The Delineator yOctohtr\ separately in England, 1909; Nash's 

Magazine J Aue;ust, 19 10. 
"Our Fathers of Old." 
The Thousandth Man. 

Reprinted in The Joy-Stick, 191 8. 
Simple Simon. 

The Delineator y June; Nash's Magazine , July; separately in 

England, 1910. 
Frankie's Trade. 
The Ballad of Minepit Shaw. 
The Tree of Justice. 

The Delineator, February; separately in England, 1910. 
A Carol. 

Every My' s Magazine, October, 1900, as the heading to the 

story "A Burgher of the Free State." 

All the poems except "Philadelphia" were reprinted in Songs from 

Books, 1912. 
The English edition differs from the American, in the text of the 

poems, as follows. " A Charm " has 2 lines in stanza 4, and ** Cold 

Iron" has a line at the end, that are not in the American edition. 

Stanza 6 in "Song of the Red War-Boat," and stanza 3 in "The 

Thousandth Man" were rewritten. 
There are slight differences in nearly every story, such as would 

be made in the proof-reading: "red" was changed to "pink"; 

"supper," to "dinner"; and "Senlac" and "Santlache" fight, 

to "Hastings" fight. 
Many charming woodcuts and decorative borders were used in The 

Delineator, but all except the four full-page plates were omitted 

in the book. 
"The Way through the Woods " was reprinted in The Oxford Book 

of Verse; "The Astrologer's Song," in Modern British Poets, edited 

by Louis Untermeyer, London, 1920; "The Hundredth Man," in 

The Joy-Stick, 191 8. 



3i6 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1910 

THE DEAD KING 
343 

AMERICAN EDITION 

The Dead King By Rudyard Kipling Copyright 
1 9 10 by Rudyard Kipling. 

Broadside, the size of a leaf of Collier s Weekly^ containing 8 
stanzas, the first and last printed in italics. 

This was printed for copyright purposes. The poem was not pub- 
lished in Collier s Weekly^ however. It appeared in The Times 
and other papers, May 18; and was issued in book form, June 24, 
1910. 

344 

ENGLISH EDITION 

The Dead King by Rudyard Kipling London 
Hodder & Stoughton 1910 

Octavo. Issued in lavender paper wrappers and cloth, let- 
tered in purple, with a medallion head of King Edward VII 
in silver; and in purple morocco, lettered in gold. 

Collation: 24 unnumbered leaves. — Blank leaf, fore-title 
with verso blank, title printed in purple and black within a 
decorative woodcut, with verso blank, 3 leaves; text within 
woodcut borders, with versos blank except the last one, 
which contains a woodcut, 13 leaves; 7 leaves with wood- 
cuts on rectos and with versos blank, between the leaves of 
text; leaf at end with imprint on recto. The woodcuts and 
borders were designed by W. Heath Robinson. 

The poem was collected in The Years Between, 191 9. 



I9II] THE SPIES' MARCH 317 

345 
EDMUND CLARENCE STEDMAN 

Life and Letters Of Edmund Clarence Stedman By- 
Laura Stedman and George M. Gould, M.D. Illus- 
trated [device] Volume One [Two] New York 
Moffat, Yard and Company 19 10 

Octavo, 2 volumes. Issued in cloth. 

Volume II (page 189) contains a letter from Kipling, dated July 21, 
1894, giving Stedman permission to use any of his verses he 
wishes in A Victorian Anthology, published in 1894. 

The letter was reprinted in the sales catalogue of the Stedman 
Library, 1911. 

THE CAR 

July, 1910. 

Protective Suits for Airmen. 

This article has not been reprinted. 

347 
THE SPIES' MARCH 

The Spies' March By Rudyard Kipling [device] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 191 1 



3i8 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [191 1 

Octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered in green. 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Fore-title, title with copyright notices 
on verso, 2 leaves; text, 3 leaves; blank leaf. 

The poem was published in The Literary Pageant, June 23, 191 1. 



THE LITERARY PAGEANT 

The Literary Pageant Edited by Stanley Portal 
Hyatt Art Editor: Alfred Praga, P.S.M. With 4 
Illustrations in Colour and 16 in Half-tone "I have 
gathered a posie of other men's flowers, and nothing 
but the thread that binds them is mine own." 
Issued in aid of the ''Prince Francis of Teck Me- 
morial Fund'' for the Middlesex Hospital, and 
published at Clifford's Inn in the City of London 
by T. Werner Laurie [191 1] 

Quarto. Issued in pictorial paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered in red, and in white on blue. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 5-1 10. — Title with copyright notice 
on verso, and contents, 2 leaves; text, pp. 5-109; imprint, 
p. no; portrait of Prince Alexander of Teck, inserted. 
Kipling's poem, ''The Spies' March," pp. 5-7. 

There is also an octavo edition, untrimmed, bound in cloth. 
The poem was collected in The Years Between, 191 9. 



I9II] THREE POEMS 319 

349 
THE DECLARATION OF LONDON 

The Declaration Of London By Rudyard Kipling 
[1911] 

Broadside, measuring approximately 8 by 10 inches, printed 
on gray paper, ribbed lengthwise. 

Text, 5 stanzas, with "Copyright 191 1 by Rudyard Kipling " 
at the foot. 

This was published in The Morning Post, June 29, 191 1; and was 
reprinted in The Years Between, 191 9. 

THREE POEMS 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Three Poems by Rudyard Kipling Oxford: At the 

Clarendon Press London: Henry Frowde 191 1 

Octavo. Issued in light-gray paper wrappers. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title on the front cover; text, 3 
leaves; blank leaf. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 

351 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Three Poems By Rudyard Kipling [device] Garden 
City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 191 1 



320 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [191 1 

Octavo. Issued in cream-colored paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered in green. 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Fore-title, title with copyright notice 
on verso, 2 leaves; text, 4 leaves. 

These poems are the first three in A History of England by C. R. L. 
Fletcher and Rudyard Kipling, printed by the Oxford Press, 
191 1 : "The River's Tale," "The Roman Centurion Speaks," 
and "The Pirates in England." 



THE GLORY OF THE GARDEN 

Broadside, measuring 15* by 11 inches, printed in red and 
black, on Van Gelder paper, and on vellum. 

The poem is printed in two columns, each within an ornamental gold 
border. Below the text of the second column is " (c) Rudyard 
Kipling." 

This is a beautiful piece of printing by Walter Gilliss. 



A HISTORY OF ENGLAND 
353 

QUARTO EDITION 

A History of England By C. R. L. Fletcher and 
Rudyard Kipling Pictures by Henry Ford Oxford 
At the Clarendon Press London Henry Frowde and 
Hodder & Stoughton 191 1 

Quarto. Issued in blue cloth, the front cover lettered and 
ornamented in white, the back lettered in gold. 



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Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 9-250, i leaf. — Title with copyright 
notice on verso, preface with publisher's note on verso, 
contents with list of poems on verso, list of colored plates 
with list of drawings and list of maps on verso, 4 leaves; 
text, pp. 9-250; blank leaf; 15 colored plates, 12 drawings, 
and 7 maps, 2 of which form the end papers. Twenty- 
three poems by Kipling. 

A second edition, "revised and corrected," was issued the same year, 
191 1. No changes were made in the poems. 



354 

OCTAVO EDITION 

A School History of England By C. R. L. Fletcher 

and Rudyard Kipling Pictures by Henry Ford 

Oxford At the Clarendon Press 191 1 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, lettered in black. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 9-250. — Title with copyright notice 
and imprints on verso, preface with publisher's note on 
verso, contents with list of poems on verso, list of colored 
plates with list of drawings and list of maps on verso, 4 
leaves; text, pp. 9-250; 11 colored plates, 12 drawings, 
and 7 maps. 

355 

AMERICAN EDITION 

A History of England By C. R. L. Fletcher and 
Rudyard Kipling Pictures by Henry Ford [orna- 
ment] Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & 
Company 191 1 



322 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1911 

Large octavo. Issued in red cloth, lettered and ornamented 
in white. 

Collation: 5 leaves, pp. 308. — Fore- title with list of Kip- 
ling's works on verso, title with imprint and copyright 
notice on verso, preface with publisher's note on verso, 
contents with list of poems on verso, list of colored plates 
and drawings with list of maps on verso, 5 leaves; fly- 
title and text, pp. 1-308; 15 colored plates, 12 drawings, 
and 7 maps, 2 of which form the end papers. 

Poems by Kipling 

The River's Tale. 

Reprinted in T^he Daily Telegraphy August 4, 191 9. 

The Roman Centurion Speaks. 

The Pirates in England. 

The Saxon Foundations of England. 

What "Dane-Geld" Means. 

William the Conqueror's Work. 

Norman and Saxon. 

The Reeds of Runnymede. 

My Father's Chair. 

The Dawn Wind. 

The King's Job. 

With Drake in the Tropics. 

"Together" and "James I." 

Before Edgehill Fight. 

The Dutch in the Medway. 

"'Twas not while England's sword unsheathed." (The Ameri- 
can Rebellion; Before.) 

After the War. 

The French Wars. 

The Bells and the Queen, 1911. 

Big Steamers. 

The Secret of the Machines. 

The Glory of the Garden. 

The English and the American editions vary slightly in the text of 
the poems. 



191 1] FROM PILLAR TO POST 323 

All the poems except "The Saxon Foundations of England" were re- 
printed in Songs from Books, Bombay edition, 191 5, and in The 
Years Between, Outward Bound edition and Edition de Luxe, 

"The Saxon Foundations of England," with the title "The King's 
Task," was used as the introductory poem to "The Comprehen- 
sion of Private Copper," collected in Traffics and Discoveries, 
1904. It is a quotation from a very long poem, "The King's 
Task," printed entire in Songs from Books, 191 2. 

"The River's Tale," "The Roman Centurion Speaks," and "The 
Pirates in England" were published in book form in 191 1 before 
A History of England was published. 

"Big Steamers" was reprinted in Princess Mary's Book, and in War 
Songs, 1914. 

"The Secret of the Machines" was reprinted in Twenty Poems, 
1918. 

"The Glory of the Garden" was reprinted in Rhys's In Praise of 
England, 191 7; and separately in the Miniature Series, Double- 
day, Page & Co., 1923. 



FROM PILLAR TO POST 

From Pillar To Post By Lieut.-Colonel H. C. Low- 

ther C.M.G., M.V.O., D.S.O. Scots Guards London 

Edward Arnold 191 1 (All rights reserved) 

Large octavo. Issued in red cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 307. — Fore-title, title, preface, con- 
tents, list of illustrations, 6 leaves; text, pp. 1-307. "In 
Memory of an Almost Fatal Error," signed ** Repentant 
Hosts, Rudyard Kipling, Julian Ralph, Perceval Landon,** 
written by Kipling, p. loi. 



324 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [191 1 

357 

THE MERRY THOUGHT 

Pages From The Merry Thought Being Selections 
from a Monthly Journal written and circulated at 
Vernet-Les-Bains. The Paradise of the Pyrenees. 
February-March-April, 191 1. Published by Per- 
mission of the Editor Mrs. Whidborne. [191 1] 

Octavo. Issued in olive-green pictorial wrappers, dated May, 
1911. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 11-58, 2 leaves. — Blank leaf, title, 
contents, preface, sub-editor's letter, letter from Rudyard 
Kipling to the editor, 6 leaves; text, pp. 11-58; 2 blank 
leaves. ** Why Snow Falls at Vernet. A Legend of St. 
Saturnia," by Kipling, pp. 11-18. 

The story was printed separately in 1923. 

SONGS FROM BOOKS 

358 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Songs From Books By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1912 
Octavo. Issued in green cloth, untrimmed, top edges gilt. 

Collation: 7 leaves, pp. 250. — Blank leaf, fore-title with list 
of books on verso, title within red and black lines, with 
copyright notices on verso, preface, contents, introductory 
poem "Cities and Thrones and Powers," 7 leaves; fly-title 



I9I2] SONGS FROM BOOKS 325 

and text, pp. 1-241; indexes to first lines and titles, pp. 
243-249; imprint, p. 250. 

The collection contains the verses and chapter headings scattered 
through ail the books except The Jungle Books, Just So Stories, 
and A History of England. The English edition, 1913, contains 
also those from The Jungle Books and Just So Stories. The Bom- 
bay edition of Songs from Books contains these, and the poems 
from A History of England. 

Verses from the prose works published before 1891 were included in 
Kipling's Poems, printed by the Star Publishing Co., Chicago, 
1899. Songs from Books was not included in the Outward 
Bound edition. 

Contents 

Introductory Poem: "Cities and Thrones and Powers." (Puck 

of Pook's Hill.) 
The Recall. (Actions and Reactions.) 
Puck's Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 

The first, second, and fourth stanzas are new. 
The Way through the Woods. (Rewards and Fairies.) 
A Three-Part Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 
The Run of the Downs. (Rewards and Fairies.) 
The Brookland Road. (Rewards and Fairies.) 
The Sack of the Gods. (The Naulahka.) 

The second and fourth stanzas are new. 
The Kingdom. (The Naulahka.) 

The third stanza is new, 
Tarrant Moss. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 

The first and last stanzas were used as a heading to " Wressley 

of the Foreign Ofiice." 
Sir Richard's Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 
A Tree Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 
The Cuckoo Song. 

Pearsons Weekly ^ September 16; separately; Heathfield 

Memorials, 1909. 
A Charm. (Rewards and Fairies.) 
The Prairie. (Letters to the Family.) 

Collier s Weekly and The Morning Post, i\pril, 1908. 
Cold Iron. (Rewards and Fairies.) 



326 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1912 

A Carol. (Rewards and Fairies.) 

Heading to "A Burgher of the Free State," an uncollected 
story, Everybody' s Magazine ^ October, 1900. 

My New-Cut Ashlar. (Life's Handicap, with the title "L'Envoi.") 
I^he National Observer^ December 6, 1890, with the title "Twi- 
light in the Abbey." 

Eddi's Service. (Rewards and Fairies.) 

The Fairies' Siege. 

The third stanza, with the title "The Siege of the Fairies," 
was used as a heading to Chapter xv, Kim. 

A Song to Mithras. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 

The New Knighthood. (Actions and Reactions.) 

Harp Song of the Dane Women. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 

Chapter Headings. — Plain Tales from the Hills: 
Lisbeth, with the title "The Convert." 
The Other Man. (The first stanza only was used as the 

heading.) 
His Wedded Wife, with the title "Vibart's Moralities." 
Pig, with the title "The Old Shikarri." 
In the Pride of his Youth, with the title "Life's Handicap." 
Thrown Away, with the title "Toolungala Stockyard 

Chorus." 
Tod's Amendment, with the title "The Parable of Chajju 

Bhagat." 
By Word of Mouth, with the title "Shadow Houses." 
In Error, with the title "Salsette Boat Song." 
The Conversion of Aurelian McGoggin, with the title "Life's 

Handicap." 
The Rout of the White Hussars, with the title "Beoni 

Bar." 
The Bronckhorst Divorce Case, with the title " Confessions." 
In the House of Suddhoo, with the title "From the Dusk to 

the Dawn." 
False Dawn, with the title "In Durance." 
Cupid's Arrows, with the title "The Peora Hunt." 
A Bank Fraud, with the title "The Mess Room." 

The Thousandth Man. (Rewards and Fairies.) 

The Winners. (The Story of the Gadsbys, with the title "L'En- 
voi, What is the moral?" etc.) 

A St. Helena Lullaby. (Rewards and Fairies.) 



i 



I9I2] SONGS FROM BOOKS 327 

The Captive. (Traffics and Discoveries, with the title " From the 

Masjid-al-Aqsa of Ahmed.") 
The Puzzler. (Actions and Reactions.) 

The fourth stanza is new. 
Hadramauti. 

The last stanza was used as a heading to "A Friend's Friend** 

in Plain Tales from the Hills. 
Gallio's Song. (Actions and Reactions.) 

The last stanza is new. 
The Bees and the Flies. (Actions and Reactions.) 
"Our Fathers Also." (Traffics and Discoveries.) 

The first stanza is new. 
A British-Roman Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 
A Pict Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 
The Stranger. (Letters to the Family.) 

Collier s Weekly and The Morning Post ^ April, 1908. 
" Rimini." (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 

The first stanza was used as a heading to "On the Great 

Wall." 
Poor Honest Men. (Rewards and Fairies.) 
When the Great Ark. (Letters to the Family.) 

Collier s Weekly and The Morning Post ^ April, 1908. 
Prophets at Home. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 
Jubal and Tubal Cain. (Letters to the Family.) 

Collier s Weekly and The Morning Post ^ March, 1908. 
Voortrekker. (Letters of Travel, with the title "Foreloper.**) 

The Times and The Sun (New York), November, 1892. 
A School Song. (Stalky & Co.) 
"A Servant when he Reigneth." (Letters to the Family.) 

Collier s Weekly and The Morning Post, April, 1908. 

Parts of the third and fourth, and all of the fifth, stanzas are 

new. 
"Our Fathers of Old." (Rewards and Fairies.) 
The Heritage. 

Collier s Weekly y November 4; introductory poem to The 

Empire and the Century, 1905. 
Song of the Fifth River. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 
Chapter Headings. — The Naulahka: 

IX. In Shadowland. 
XII. In Seonee. 



328 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1912 

V. Libretto of Naulahka. 

XIII. Black Beard. 

XIV. The Crystals of Iswara. 
VIII. Libretto of Naulahka. 

I. Auchinleck's Ride. 

VII. Op. 3. 

Chapter Headings. — The Light that Failed: 
I. Big Barn Stories. 

IX. The Two Potters. 

IV. In Seonee. 

XI. The Only Son. 

XII. Ballad. 
XIV. Kizilbashi. 
The Children's Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 
If. (Rewards and Fairies.) 
The Prodigal Son. 

The first stanza was used as a heading to Chapter v, Kim. 

Four stanzas were reprinted in the Providence Evening 

Journal^ February 13, 1913. 
The Necessitarian. (Traffics and Discoveries.) 
The Jester. 
A Song of Travel. (Letters to the Family.) 

Collier s Weekly 2in<\ 'The Morning Post^ March 14, 1908. 
The Two-Sided Man. 

The first and last stanzas were used as a heading to Chapter 

VIII, Kim. 

An Astrologer's Song. (Rewards and Fairies.) 

"The Power of the Dog." (Actions and Reactions.) 

The Rabbi's Song. (Actions and Reactions.) 

The Bee Boy's Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 

The Return of the Children. (Traffics and Discoveries.) 

Old Mother Laidinwool. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 

The first stanza was used in the text of "Dymchurch 

Flit." 
The Looking-Glass. (Rewards and Fairies.) 

The text printed in italics is new. 
The Queen's Men. (Rewards and Fairies, with the title "The 

Two Cousins.") 
The City of Sleep. (The Day's Work, " The Brushwood Boy.") 
The Widower. 



I9I2] SONGS FROM BOOKS 329 

The last stanza was used as a heading to Chapter xii, The 
Light that Failed, Lippincott's Magazine , January, 1891. 
The Prayer of Miriam Cohen. (Many Inventions.) 

Three stanzas were used as a heading to "The Disturber of 
Traffic." 
Gow's Watch. 

The first stanza was used as a heading to Chapter x, Kim. 
The Wishing Caps. 

Two stanzas were used as a heading to Chapter iv, Kim. 
"By the hoof of the wild goat." (Plain Tales from the Hills, 

"To be Filed for Reference.") 
Chapter Headings. — Beast and Man in India: 
V. The Goat. 

VI. The Oxen. (Verses in the text.) 
IX. The Elephant. 
VII. Buffaloes and Pigs. 
VIII. Of Animal Calls. 
Chapter Headings. — Life's Handicap: 

Heading to "The Return of Imray," with the title "The 

Baron." 
Heading to "Without Benefit of Clergy," with the title 
"Bitter Waters." 
Chapter Headings. — Many Inventions: 

Heading to "A Matter of Fact," with the title "The 
Palms," which is the second stanza of "In the Matter of 
One Compass," ^he Century Magazine, January, 1900. 
Chapter Heading. — Life's Handicap: 

Heading to "The Head of the District," with the title 
"The Running of Shindand." (Not Many Inventions, 
"The Lost Legion," as given in the contents.) 
Chapter Heading. — Many Inventions: 

Heading to " My Lord the Elephant," with the title " Bar- 
rack Room Ballads." 
"All the world over nursing their scars," etc. 

Heading to "With Number Three," The Daily Mail, April 21, 
1900, an uncollected story. 
Chapter Heading. — Kim: 

Heading to Chapter vii, with the title "Sir John Christie." 
Song of the Red War-Boat, (Rewards and Fairies.) 



330 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1912 

Blue Roses. (The Light that Failed.) 

Three stanzas were used as a heading to Chapter vii. 
Butterflies. (Traffics and Discoveries, with the title "Kaspar's 

Song in * Varda.'") 
My Lady's Law. (The Naulahka.) 

All but the last two stanzas were used as a heading to Chapter 

XXI. 

The Nursing Sister. (The Naulahka.) 

The Love Song of Har Dyal. (Plain Tales from the Hills, "Be- 
yond the Pale.") 

A Dedication. (Soldiers Three, with the title "L'Envoi.") 

Mother o' Mine! (The Light that Failed.) 

The Only Son. (Many Inventions.) 

About half the poem was used as a heading to "In the Rukh.'* 

Romulus and Remus. (Letters to the Family.) 

Collier s Weekly and The Morning Post, March, 1908. 

The Egg Shell. (Traffics and Discoveries.) 

Heading to "Their Lawful Occasions," Part 11. The second 
stanza is new. 

The King's Task. (Traffics and Discoveries.) 

Eighteen lines were used as a heading to "The Comprehen- 
sion of Private Copper"; reprinted in A History of England, 
191 1, with the title "The Saxon Foundations of England." 

Poseidon's Law. (Traffics and Discoveries.) 

A Truthful Song. (Rewards and Fairies.) 

A Smuggler's Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 

King Henry VII and the Shipwrights. (Rewards and Fairies.) 

The Wet Litany. (Traffics and Discoveries.) 

The Ballad of Minepit Shaw. (Rewards and Fairies.) 

Heriot's Ford. (The Light that Failed.) 

Two stanzas were used as a heading to Chapter x, with the 
title "The Fight at Heriot's Ford." 

Frankie's Trade. (Rewards and Fairies.) 

The Juggler's Song. 

From the Libretto of Naulahka. The second half was used as 
a heading to Chapter xi, Kim. 

Thorkild's Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 
Lines 15 to 18 are new. 

Song of the Men's Side. (Rewards and Fairies.) 

The Four Angels. (Rewards and Fairies.) 



I9I2] SONGS FROM BOOKS 331 

A Song of Kabir. (Kim, heading to Chapter xvi.) 

In the English edition of Songs from Books, 1913, this has the 
title "Prayer," and "A Song of Kabir" is a long poem. 

" Gow's Watch" was played in London in 1924. 

" Voortrekker " was printed as a broadside, measuring 7I by 5 inches, 
without imprint, place, or date, with the title "The Foreloper." 

It has been impossible to discover any information concerning this 
issue. The poem was published in T^he Times and T^he Sun (New 
York), November, 1892, with the title "The Foreloper"; and 
was reprinted in The Century Magazine ^ April, 1909, in answer 
to an inquiry for the "lost poem." 



TORONTO EDITION 

359 

Songs from Books by Rudyard Kipling Toronto 
The Macmillan Company of Canada Ltd. 191 2 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth; binding of the Uniform edition. 

Collation: 7 leaves, pp. 244, i leaf. — Blank leaf, fore-title 
with the Macmillan Co.'s device on verso, title with copy- 
right notices on verso, preface, introductory poem, and 
contents, 7 leaves; text, with imprint *' Printed by R. & R 
Clark, Limited, Edinburgh" at foot of p. 243, pp. 1-243; 
p. 244 is blank; blank leaf. 

The text is the same as in the American edition. 

360 

Songs from Books by Rudyard Kipling Macmillan 
& Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, London 191 2. 

Octavo. Issued in red buckram; binding of the London edi- 
tion, 1913. 



33^ KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1912 

This is made up of the sheets of the Toronto edition. Only the 
title differs. 

One copy has been reported, but the publishers are unable to ac- 
count for it. No edition was published in England until 191 3. 

361 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Songs From Books By Rudyard Kipling Macmillan 
and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, London 1913. 

Octavo. Issued in red buckram, untrimmed. 

Collation: 10 leaves, pp. 303. — Fore-title with publisher's 
device on verso, title with copyright notice on verso, 
preface, introductory poem "Cities and Thrones and 
Powers," contents, index to first lines, 10 leaves; text, pp. 
1-303- 

The edition includes the poems and chapter headings contained in 
the American and Toronto editions, a new third stanza in " My 
New-Cut Ashlar," and the following: 
A Song of Kabir. (The Second Jungle Book, "The Miracle of 

Purun Bhagat.") 
Shiv and the Grasshopper. (The Jungle Book, "Toomai of the 

Elephants.") 
Outsong in the Jungle. (The Second Jungle Book, "The Spring 

Running.") 
Chil's Song. (The Second Jungle Book, "Red Dog.") 
Chapter Heading. — The Naulahka: 

Heading to Chapter xiv, with the title "We be the gods of 

the East.") 
Road Song of the Bandar-Log. (The Jungle Book, "Kaa's 

Hunting.") 
The Law of the Jungle. (The Jungle Book, "How Fear Came.") 
Parade Song of the Camp Animals. (The Jungle Book, "Her 

Majesty's Servants.") 
Lukannon. (The Jungle Book, "The White Seal.") 
Merrow Down. (Just So Stories, Part i, "The First Letter"; 

Part II, "How the Alphabet Was Made.") 



1913] SONGS FROM BOOKS 333 

Chapter Headings. — Just So Stones: 

How the Whale Got his Throat. 

How the Camel Got his Hump. 

How the Leopard Got his Spots. 

The Elephant's Child. 

The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo. 

The Beginning of the Armadillos. 

The Crab that Played with the Sea. 

The Cat that Walked by Himself. 

The Butterfly that Stamped. 
The Song of the Little Hunter. (The Second Jungle Book, "The 

King's Ankus.") 
Morning Song in the Jungle. (The Second Jungle Book, "Letting 

in the Jungle.") 
A Ripple Song. (The Second Jungle Book, "The Undertakers.") 
Mowgli's Song against People. (The Second Jungle Book, "Let- 
ting in the Jungle.") 
Chapter Headings. — The Jungle Books: 

Mowgli's Brothers. (The Jungle Book, with the title "Night- 
Song in the Jungle.") 

Kaa's Hunting. (The Jungle Book, with the title "Maxims 
of Baloo.") 

How Fear Came. (The Second Jungle Book.) 

"Tiger! Tiger!" (The Jungle Book.) 

Letting in the Jungle. (The Second Jungle Book.) 

The King's Ankus. (The Second Jungle Book, with the title 
"Jungle Saying.") 

Red Dog. (The Second Jungle Book.) 

The Spring Running. (The Second Jungle Book.) 

"Rikki-Tikki-Tavi." (The Jungle Book.) 

The White Seal. (The Jungle Book, with the title "The Seal 
Lullaby." 

The White Seal. (Verses in the text.) 

Toomai of the Elephants. (The Jungle Book.) 

Quiquern. (The Second Jungle Book.) 

The Undertakers. (The Second Jungle Book, with the title 
"Jungle Law.") 

The Miracle of Purun Bhagat. (The Second Jungle Book, 
with the title "Dirge of the Langurs.") 



334 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1913 

**AngutIvaun Taina." (The Second Jungle Book, "Quiquern," 

with the title "AngutivunTina.") 
Hunting Song of the Seeonee Pack. (The Jungle Book, "Mow- 

gli's Brothers.") 
Darzee's Chaunt. (The Jungle Book, "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi.") 

362 

THE FEMALE OF THE SPECIES 

The Female of the Species A Study in Natural His- 
tory: by Rudyard Kipling [device] Garden City 
New York Doubleday, Page & Company 191 2 

Oblong octavo. Issued in gray boards, the front cover lettered 
in black and green within a green border; also issued in 
green leather, lettered in gold. 

Collation: 12 unnumbered leaves with green borders. — 2 
blank leaves; fore-title with verso blank, title printed in 
green and black with copyright notice on verso, 2 leaves; 
text, printed in black, on one side of the leaf only, with 
initial letters in green and with imprint at the foot of the 
last page, 7 leaves; blank leaf. 

The poem was published in The Morning Postj October 20, and The 
Ladies' Home Journal^ November, 191 1. 

ULSTER 

363 

COPYRIGHT EDITION 

Ulster. [1912] 

Broadside, printed on stiff brown paper. 

Quotation from Isaiah lix:6, 3 lines; 6 stanzas signed Rud- 
yard Kipling, with "Copyright 191 2 by Rudyard Kipling" 
at the foot. 



I9I2] AS EASY AS A.B.C. 335 

The poem was printed in "The Morning Post^ April 9, 191 2; and was 
collected in The Years Between, 1919. 



ENGLISH EDITION 

Ulster A Poem By Rudyard Kipling Printed by 

E. H. Blakeney, M.A., at his private Press, at the 

King's School, Ely: June 1914. 

Duodecimo. Issued in brown paper wrappers, untrimmed. 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title, quotation from Isaiah, 1 leaves; 
text, 3 leaves; limit notice *' Issued in a limited edition for 
private circulation by the author's kind permission," i leaf. 

Twenty-five copies were printed. 

AS EASY AS A.B.C. 

As Easy as A.B.C. By Rudyard Kipling London 
A. P. Watt & Son 1912 

Octavo. Issued in brown paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: pp. 20. — Title with ** Entered at Stationers' Hall" 
on verso, i leaf; text, pp. 3-20. 

The text begins "As Easy as A.B.C. By Rudyard Kipling Part 11." 
The story is the second part of "With the Night Mail," published 
in McClure s Magazine^ November, 1905, and collected in Actions 
and Reactions, 1910. This Part 11 was published in the London 
Magazine^ March and April; in the supplement to the American 
Sunday newspapers. Monthly Magazine Section^ February 25 and 
March 12, 191 2; and was included in A Diversity of Creatures, 
1917. 



336 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1912 

366 
THE KIPLING READER FOR UPPER GRADES 

The Kipling Reader For Upper Grades [device] 
D. Appleton and Company New York Chicago 
[1912] 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, the front cover ornamented and 
lettered in black. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 196, 2 leaves. — Fore-title, title with 
copyright notices on verso, contents, list of illustrations, 
4 leaves; prefatory note and text, pp. 1-196; blank leaf. 
Advertisements, i leaf; 6 plates. "(i)/' denoting the 
issue, is found on the last page, below the text. 

Two stories, "An Unqualified Pilot" and "The Burning of the 
'Sarah Sands,* " were not collected before this. Both were in- 
cluded in Land and Sea Tales for Boys and Girls, 1923. 

Contents 

If. (Rewards and Fairies.) 

The Bold 'Prentice. (The Day's Work, Edition de Luxe.) 
The Youth's Companion^ September 10, 1895. 

An Unqualified Pilot. 

Windsor Magazine^ February, 1895. 

A Centurion of the Thirtieth. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 

On the Great Wall. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 

The Winged Hats. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 

The Burning of the 'Sarah Sands.* 

The Youth's Companion^ November 10; Black and White, 
Christmas number, 1898. This is given in the index as from 
Rewards and Fairies, but it was not collected before. The 
story referred to in Rewards and Fairies is "A Priest in spite 
of Himself." 

Brother Square-Toes. (Rewards and Fairies.) 

Philadelphia. (Rewards and Fairies.) 

.007. (The Day's Work.) 



I9I2] THE KIPLING READER 337 

The Explorer. (The Five Nations.) 

The Yellowstone Park. (From Sea to Sea.) 

The Coastwise Lights. (The Seven Seas.) 

A Trip across the Continent. ("Captains Courageous.") 

The Song of the Dead. (The Seven Seas.) 

The Night Ride to the Cow's Mouth. (The Naulahka.) 

The Last Rhyme of True Thomas. (The Seven Seas.) 

The Ship that Found Herself. (The Day's Work.) 

The Ballad of East and West. (Ballads and Barrack-Room 

Ballads.) 
Recessional. (The Five Nations.) 



THE KIPLING READER FOR ELEMENTARY 
GRADES 

The Kipling Reader For Elementary Grades [de- 
vice] D. Appleton and Company New York Chicago 
[1912] 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, the front cover and back 
ornamented and lettered in black. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 157. — Title with copyright notices 
and "Printed in the United States of America" on verso, 
and contents, 2 leaves; prefatory note and text, pp. 1-157; 
9 full-page plates from the Just So Stories, and many 
vignettes. ** (i)," denoting the issue, is found on the last 
page, below the text. 

One story, "How to Bring up a Lion," which was published in T!he 
Ladies' Home Journal^ January, 1902, with the title "My Personal 
Experience with a Lion," had not been collected before. 

Kipling lived for several years in a cottage, "The Woolsack," on 
Cecil Rhodes's estate in Africa, where he brought up the lion 
"Sullivan." 



33^ KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1912 

Contents 

The Cat that Walked by Himself. 
Pussy and Binkie. 
The Beginning of the Armadillos. 
Rolling Down to Rio. 
The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo. 
Old Man Kangaroo and Yellow-Dog Dingo. 
How the Camel Got his Hump. 
The Hump. 
The Elephant's Child. 
Six Honest Serving Men. 
The above are from the Just So Stories. 
Mowgli's Brothers, (The Jungle Books.) 
Mowgli among the Monkeys. (The Jungle Books.) 
How to Bring up a Lion. 
Thorkild's Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 
Song of the Red War Boat. (Rewards and Fairies.) 
Eddi's Service. (Rewards and Fairies.) 
Cold Iron. (Rewards and Fairies.) 
A Truthful Song. (Rewards and Fairies.) 
The Story of Muhammad Din. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 
The Children's Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 



368 

THE HOME BOOK OF VERSE 

The Home Book of Verse American and English 

1 580-1 91 2 With an Appendix containing a few 

well-known poems in other languages Selected and 

Arranged by Burton Egbert Stevenson. New York 

Henry Holt and Company 191 2 

Octavo. Issued in cloth or leather; pp. Ixxv, 3742. 

The collection contains the following poems by Kipling: 

The Betrothed, Certain Maxims of Hafiz, General Summary, and 
The Post that Fitted, from Departmental Ditties, 1886; 



1913] HARBOUR WATCH 339 

The Conundrum of the Workshops, Danny Deever, "Fuzzy- 
Wuzzy," Gunga Din, and Mandalay, from Ballads and Bar- 
rack Room Ballads, 1892; 

Commonplaces, Jane Smith, and Jam-Pot, from Early Verse, 
1900; 

Dedication "My New-Cut Ashlar," from Life's Handicap, 1891; 

L'Envoi, from The Seven Seas, 1896; 

Recessional, from The Five Nations, 1903; 

The Vampire, The Gipsy Trail, and Limerick ** Boy in Quebec," 
reprinted from The Cornhill Booklet, 1900. 
The Gipsy Trail was not collected by Kipling until 191 9, in In- 
clusive Verse. 
The third edition, "revised and enlarged," 191 8, contains four poems 

not in the earlier editions: 

The Ballad of East and West and The Long Trail, from Ballads 
and Barrack-Room Ballads; 

Foreloper (the lost poem "Voortrekker"), from Songs from 
Books, 1 91 2; 

The Sons of Martha. 

'The New York Tribune and The Standard, April, 1907; Twenty 
Poems, 191 8. 

THE NEAR EAST 

Vol. III. No. Liii, May 10, 191 2. 
A Reinforcement. 

The story has not been collected. 

HARBOUR WATCH 
Harbour Watch. [A one-act play] 

A typewritten copy, pp. 29, was deposited for copyright at the Li- 
brary of Congress, April, 1913. There is also a similar copy in 
the British Museum, 

The play was produced at the Royalty Theatre, London, September 
15, 1913, and again in London in 1920. 



340 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1913 

AN UNRECORDED TRIAL 

An Unrecorded Trial By Rudyard Kipling [orna- 
ment] Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & 
Company 1913 

Octavo. Issued in cream-colored paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: pp. 8. — Title with imprint on verso, and text, 
pp. 1-7; p. 8 is blank. 

A few copies were printed for copyright purposes. 

The poem was published in England in 'fhe CaVy June 25, 1913; and 

was reprinted in The Years Between, Bombay edition, as a part 

of "The Muse among the Motors." 

THE WORKS OF JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY 

The Complete Works of James Whitcomb Riley 

[6 lines] Biographical Edition Indianapolis The 

Bobbs-Merrill Company Publishers [19 13] 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, untrimmed, six volumes. 

Collation of vol. iv; 7 leaves, pp. 560, i leaf. — Fore-title, 
title with copyright notices and imprint on verso, contents, 
fly-title, 7 leaves; text, pp. 1-483; notes, pp. 485-560; 
blank leaf. "To Rudyard Kipling," p. 123. "To J.W.R.," 
signed and dated " Rudyard Kipling. November 20, 1 890 " 
(seven stanzas), printed in "The Notes," p. 513. 

"To Rudyard Kipling" is a reply to the poem by Kipling written 
after receiving a copy of Riley's Rhymes of Childhood. 



1913] FRANCE 341 

Part of Kipling's poem was printed in newspapers several times, and 
included in A Ken of Kipling, 1898; The Cornhill Booklet^ 1900; 
Current Opinion^ February, 1914. The entire poem has not been 
printed anywhere but in Riley's Works. 



373 

KIPLING DAY BY DAY 

Kipling Day by Day Edited by Alice Crandell 

Bryant [ornament] New York Thomas Y. Crowell 

Company Publishers [1913]. 

Octavo. Issued in cloth. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 1-124. — Portrait, title printed in red 
and black within black border, 2 leaves; text, pp. 1-124. 

FRANCE 

374 

COPYRIGHT EDITION 

France. [1913] 

Octavo. 

Two leaves, printed on one side only. At the foot of the first 
leaf is "Copyright, 1913, by Rudyard Kipling." 

Although printed from the types of World's Work^ the poem did 
not appear in the magazine. 

375 

PUBLISHED EDITION 

France By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Garden 
City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 19 13 



342 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1913 

Octavo. Issued in cream-colored paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 2 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and text, 2 leaves. 

Very few copies were printed. 

The poem appeared in The Morning Post, June 24, 191 3. It was re- 
printed in The Book of France, and in France at War, 191 5, and 
was translated into French and printed in La Sang du Sacrifice, 
by Jean Frangois Victor Aicard, Paris, 1917. It was translated 
also by Rene Puaux and printed separately, with ornaments de- 
signed by Guy DoUian and engraved on wood by Jules Germain, 
Paris, 1919. 

SOME ASPECTS OF TRAVEL 

Some Aspects of Travel A Lecture before the Royal 
Geographical Society by Rudyard Kipling [device] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1914 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers. 

Collation: pp. 20. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 

and text, pp. 1-18; blank leaf. 
The address was printed in T^he Morning Post^ February 18; was 

reprinted in 'The Journal of the Geographical Society, April, 1914; 

and was translated into French by Rene Puaux and published, 

with illustrations engraved on stone by Andre Hofer, Paris, 1917. 

377 

THE SECRET BARGAIN AND THE 
ULSTER PLOT 

The Secret Bargain and the Ulster Plot A Speech 
By Rudyard Kipling The League of British Cove- 



1914] THE COVENANT 343 

nanters 25 Victoria Street Westminster, S. W. 

"One Penny/' 

Duodecimo. 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title on the front cover, with note on 
verso, I leaf; text, with imprint "Jordan & Gaskett, Ltd. 
St. Bride's House, Dean Street, Fetter Lane, E. C." at the 
foot of p. 12, pp. 3-12. 

The speech was delivered at Tunbridge Wells, May 16; and was 
printed in Tihe Morning Fost^ May 17, 1914. 

INDICTMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT 

Rudyard Kipling's Indictment Of The Govern- 
ment, [portrait of Kipling by E. A. Hoppe] The 
Famous Speech at Tunbridge Wells On May 
i6th, 1914. Published by The Daily Express, 23, 
St. Bride Street, London, E. C. Price One Penny. 
Folio. 

Collation: 2 unnumbered leaves. — Title, with text begin- 
ning on verso, and with the imprint '* Printed and Published 
by The Daily Express (1908) Limited, 23, St. Bride Street, 
London, E. C." at end, 2 leaves. 

379 

THE COVENANT 

The Covenant By Rudyard Kipling. 

Broadside, printed on tan paper. A sonnet, with "Copyright, 
1914, by Rudyard Kipling" at the foot of the sheet. 



344 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1914 

A few copies were printed by Doubleday, Page & Co. for copy- 
right purposes. 

The poem was published in England in The Covenanter, May 20, 
1914; and was collected in The Years Between, 1919. 



380 

A CALL TO THE NATION 

A Call to the Nation By Rudyard Kipling Pub- 
lished by The Daily Express 23, St. Bride Street, 
London, E. C. Price One half-Penny. [1914] 
Folio. 

Collation: pp. 4. — Title, and text beginning **Mr. Kipling 
was chief speaker at a great meeting held at Southport on 
June 21," with the imprint "Printed and Published by The 
Daily Express (i 908) Limited, 23, St. Bride Street, London, 
E. C." at the foot of p. 4, pp. 1-4. 

FOR ALL WE HAVE AND ARE 

381 

For All we have and are. [19 14] 

The poem was printed in the newspapers in England and America, 

September 2, 1914. It was issued separately by Macmillan & Co. 

in 1914, as a broadside, a leaflet of two leaves, and a booklet of 

four leaves with a paper wrapper. 
It was reprinted in several collections of war poems and songs during 

the war; and was included in Twenty Poems, 191 8, and in The 

Years Between, 191 9. 



1914] WAR VERSES 345 

382 

SONGS AND SONNETS 

Songs & Sonnets For England in War Time Being 
a Collection of Lyrics by Various Authors Inspired 
by The Great War [quotation] London : John Lane, 
The Bodley Head New York: John Lane Company 
Toronto: Bell and Cockburn mxmxiv 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, and in red cloth, gilt 
top. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 96. — Blank leaf, fore-tide with **The 
Entire Profits from the sale of this volume will be given to 
the 'Prince of Wales' National Relief Fund" on verso, 
title with imprint on verso, introduction, publisher's note, 
alphabetical list of authors, 8 leaves; text, pp. 1-96. 

The design on the front wrapper, which was also used as the frontis- 
piece in the cloth copies, was drawn by Vernon Hill. 
The collection includes "For All We Have and Are." 



WAR VERSES 

War Verses (Selected from the verses appearing on 
the editorial page of the London Times during 
August, September, October and November, 1914.) 
Philadelphia: December, 19 14 
Octavo. Issued in white paper wrappers, tied with silk. 



346 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1914 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 40. — Blank leaf and title, 2 leaves; 
text, pp. 1-38; blank leaf. 

This contains thirty-eight poems, including "For ^^.H We Have and 
Are." 

LORD ROBERTS 

Lord Roberts By Rudyard Kipling Copyright, 1914, 

by Rudyard Kipling. 

Broadside, printed on tan paper. 

Issued for copyright purposes by Doubleday, Page & Co. 
The poem was printed in ^he Daily Telegraphy November 19, 1914; 
and was included in The Years Between, 1919. 

THE OUTLAWS 

The Outlaws By Rudyard Kipling 

Broadside, printed on tan paper, with "Copyright 1914 by 
Rudyard Kipling " at the foot. 

Issued for copyright purposes by Doubleday, Page & Co. 
The poem appeared in King Albert's Book, 1914; and was included 
in The Years Between, 191 9. 

386 

KING ALBERT'S BOOK 

King Albert's Book A Tribute to the Belgian King 
and People from Representative Men and Women 
throughout the World The Daily Telegraph in con- 



1914] WAR 347 

junction with The Daily Sketch The Glasgow Her- 
ald and Hodder and S tough ton [19 14] 
Quarto. Issued in white cloth. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 13-188. — Fore-title, title, introduc- 
tion by Hall Caine, index to contributors, 6 leaves; text, 
pp. 13-188; frontispiece, portrait of King Albert, and 25 
plates, colored and uncolored. Kipling's poem, **The Out- 
laws," p. 19. 

PRINCESS MARY'S GIFT BOOK 

Princess Mary's Gift Book [ornament] All profits 

from sale are given to The Queen's *Work for 

Women' Fund which is acting in conjunction with 

The National Relief Fund Hodder & Stoughton 

London. New York. Toronto [1914] 

Quarto. Issued in white cloth, lettered in black. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 140. — Prefatory note signed 
**Mary," title, contents, 3 leaves; text, pp. 1-140; colored 
portrait of Princess Mary, 13 colored plates, and many 
woodcuts. 

Kipling's poem, "Big Steamers," pp. 79, 80, was first printed in 
A History of England, 191 1. 

388 

WAR 

War By W. Douglas Newton Methuen & Co. Ltd. 
36 Essex Street W. C. London [19 14] 



34^ KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1914 

Octavo. Issued in black cloth. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 2^6. — Fore- title, title, dedication, 
preface by Father R. H. Benson, contents, introduction 
by Kipling, printed in italics, signed "Rudyard Kipling 
(By Permission)," 8 leaves; text, pp. 1-236. Methuen's 
catalogue, pp. 32, bound in at the end. 

The book was issued in America by Dodd, Mead & Co., 1914. 



BATTLE SOUVENIR 

Battle Souvenir, No. L *Lest We Forget/ The 
Battle of 'The Bight* Being the Official Narrative 
of the Naval Engagement between the British and 
German Fleets in the Heligoland Bight on Friday, 
August 28th, 1914, with Drawings by Frank Mason 
& Arthur Briscoe, and Rudyard Kipling's Poem, 
'The Destroyers.' Printed and Pubhshed by 'The 
Yachting Monthly,' 43 Leicester Square, London, 

W. C. MDCCCCXIV 

Quarto. Issued in gray paper wrappers. 

Collation: 2 leaves, pp. 20. — Title, poem "The Destroyers," 
portrait of Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatty, and introduc- 
tion, 2 leaves; text, pp. 1-20. 

"The Destroyers" was reprinted from The Five Nations, 1903. 



1914] THE NEW ARMY IN TRAINING 349 

THE NEW ARMY IN TRAINING 

PAMPHLETS 

Six pamphlets, octavo, uniformly bound in paper wrappers, 
the front covers lettered in green from the types of the 
title-pages. A few copies of each were printed. 

The New Army (Infantry) The Men at Work By 
Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Garden City New 
York Doubleday, Page & Company 1914 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and text, pp. 1-8. 

Printed in 'J^he Daily 'Telegraph, December 7, 191 4. 

The New Army II The Quality of the Machine By 
Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Garden City New 
York Doubleday, Page & Company 1914 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and text, pp. 1-8. 

Printed in The Daily Telegraphy December 10, 1914. 

The New Army III Guns and Supply By Rudyard 
Kipling [ornament] Garden City New York Double- 
day, Page & Company, 1914 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and text, pp. 1-7; p. 8 is blank. 

Printed in The Daily Telegraph, December 14, 191 4. 



350 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1914 

The New Army IV Canadians in Camp By Rud- 
yard Kipling [ornament] Garden City New York 
Doubleday, Page & Company 1914 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and text, pp. i-ii; p. 12 is blank. 

Printed in T^he 'Daily Telegraphy December 19, 1914. 

The New Army V Indian Troops By Rudyard 
Kipling [ornament] Garden City New York Double- 
day, Page & Company 19 14 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and text, pp. 1-9; blank leaf. 

Printed in The Daily Telegraphy December 21, 1914. 

The New Army VI A Territorial Battalion, and a 
Conclusion By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Gar- 
den City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 
1914 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and text, pp. 1-9; blank leaf. 

Printed in The Daily Telegraphy December 24, 1914. 

391 

COLLECTED EDITION 

The New Army in Training By Rudyard Kipling 
Macmillan and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, 
London 191 5 Price Sixpence net 

Small octavo. Issued in yellow wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered in red; list of The Service Kipling on the back. 



1915] G. M. WILLIAMSON SALE 351 

Collation: pp. 64. — Title on the front cover; text, with im- 
print at the foot of p. 64, pp. 1-64. 

The text varies greatly from that printed in the newspapers and in 
the pamphlets. There are chapter headings to the six parts, and on 
nearly every page are differences. On pages 28 and 29 are thirty- 
three additional lines, not in the earlier text; on page 30, three 
lines; on page 32, two lines. Page 60 has a footnote of five lines. 

The collected edition was not issued in America. 



NATIONAL BANDS 

National Bands A Speech by Rudyard Kipling, 
Delivered At the Mansion House on Jan. 27, 191 5. 
Folio. 

Collation: pp. 4. — Title, p. i; text, pp. 2-4. 

Issued to accompany "A Song of the English," published in 191 5 
"On Behalf of 'The Daily Telegraph' National Bands Fund." 







393 


March, 1915. 
The Soul of a 


KHAKI 
Battalion. 


This article has not been reprinted. 






394 




G. 


M. WILLIAMSON SALE 



Anderson Auction Company. Catalogue for the 
G. M. Williamson Sale, March 17, 1915. 



352 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [191 5 

This contains a Valentine, eight Hnes, signed by J. R. KipUng and 
dated February 14, 1884; and four lines from the poem "The 
Legend of the Cedar Swamp," written for The Scribbler. 



395 

THE BOOK OF FR.ANCE 

The Book of France in Aid of the French Parlia- 
mentary Committee's Fund For the Relief of the 
Invaded Departments Edited by Winifred Stephens 
Published under the Auspices of an Honorary Com- 
mittee Presided over by His Excellency Monsieur 
Paul Cambon Macmillan and Co., Limited St. 
Martin's Street, London Edouard Champion, Paris 
1915 

Square octavo. Issued in blue cloth, ornamented and lettered 
in gold. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 272. — Fore- title with publisher's 
imprint on verso, title with " Copyright" on verso, preface 
in English and French, contents, list of illustrations, list of 
members of the committee, 8 leaves; text in French and 
English, pp. 1-272; 10 plates. Kipling's poem, "France," 
at end. 

"France" was published in The Morning Post^ June 24, 1913. 

Two issues were printed in July, 191 5. The American edition, pub- 
lished by Charles Scribner's Sons, 191 6, does not contain the 
Kipling poem. 



FRANCE AT WAR 
ON THE FRONTIER 
OF CIVILIZATION 



SECOND ARTICLE 



By RUDYARD KIPLING 



TItlCE TEN CENTS 



Copyright, 1915, by The Sun Printing and Publishing Association. 



354 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1915 

FRANCE AT WAR 

COPYRIGHT PAMPHLETS 

France at War On the Frontier of Civilization 
[Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, or Sixth] Article By 
Rudyard Kipling Price Ten Cents Copyright, 
1915, by The Sun Printing and PubHshing Associa- 
tion. 

See reproduction of title-page. 
Octavo. 

Collation: pp. 4. — Title, p. i; text, pp. 2-4. 

Five pamphlets, or leaflets (articles 2.-6), each containing two leaves, 
were issued for copyright purposes. The first article was copy- 
righted from the newspaper itself. 

The number on the title-page of the second article is typed in; on the 
others it is printed. 

The six articles were published in The Daily Telegraphy September 
6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 17, and in The Sun (New York), 1915. 

397 

ENGLISH EDITION 

France at War By Rudyard Kipling Macmillan and 
Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, London 191 5 

Small duodecimo. Issued in white paper wrappers, the 
front cover lettered in red "France at War By Rudyard 
Kipling [the French flag] Macmillan and Co., Limited St. 
Martin's Street, London 191 5 Price Sixpence net." On the 
back cover, advertisement of The Service Kipling [i 8 lines]. 



1915] FRANCE AT WAR 355 

Collation; 2 leaves, pp. 76. — Fore-title with imprint on 
verso, title with copyright notice on verso, 2 leaves; text, 
beginning with the poem ''France," with imprint at the 
foot of p. 73, pp. 1-73; p. 74 is blank. Macmillan & Co.'s 
advertisement of the Works of Rudyard Kipling, i leaf. 

The English and American editions vary slightly in the text, the 
chapter headings, and the divisions of chapters. 



398 

AMERICAN EDITION 

France At War On the Frontier of Civilization By 
Rudyard Kipling [device] Garden City New York 
Doubleday, Page & Company 191 5 

Small octavo. Issued in red boards, with white paper label 
on the front cover lettered ** France At War [the English, 
French and Russian flags entwined] Rudyard Kipling." 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 130. — Fore-title, title printed in red 
and black with copyright notice on verso, contents, 3 
leaves; fly-title and text, pp. 1-130. 

Contents 

Poem: France. 

1. On the Frontier of Civilization. 

2. The Nation's Spirit and a New Inheritance. 

3. Battle Spectacle and a Review. 

4. The Spirit of the People. 

5. Life in Trenches on the Mountain Side. 

6. The Common Task of a Great People. 

The book was translated into French, with the title La France en 
Guerre, by Claude and Joel Ritt, and was published by the 
Librairie Militaire Berger-Levy, Paris and Nancy, 191 5. 



356 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [191 5 

THE FRINGES OF THE FLEET 
399 

PAMPHLETS 

Six pamphlets, octavo, issued in paper wrappers, the front 
covers lettered in green from the types of the title-pages. 

The Fringes of The Fleet I The Auxiliary Fleet By 
Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Garden City New 
York Doubleday, Page & Company 191 5 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; poem "In Lowestoft a boat was laid," and text, 
pp. 1-7; blank leaf. 

The Fringes of The Fleet II The Auxiliary Fleet 
By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Garden City New 
York Doubleday, Page & Company 191 5 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; poem **Dawn off the Foreland," and text, pp. 1-8; 
blank leaf. 

The Fringes of The Fleet III Submarines By Rud- 
yard Kipling [ornament] Garden City New York 
Doubleday, Page & Company 191 5 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; poem ** Farewell and adieu to you," and text, pp. 
1-9; p. 10 is blank. 

The Fringes of The Fleet IV Submarines By Rud- 
yard Kipling [ornament] Garden City New York 
Doubleday, Page & Company 191 5 



1915] FRINGES OF THE FLEET 357 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, i 
leaf; poem "The ships await us above," and text, pp. i-io. 

The Fringes of The Fleet V Patrols By Rudyard 
Kipling [ornament] Garden City New York Double- 
day, Page & Company 191 5 

Collation; 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; poem **Be well assured that on our side," and text, 
pp. 1-8; blank leaf. 

The Fringes of The Fleet VI Patrols By Rudyard 
Kipling [ornament] Garden City New York Double- 
day, Page & Company 191 5. 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; poem ''Where the east wind is brewed," and text, 
pp. 1-9; p. 10 is blank. 

The six articles were published in l^he Daily Telegraphy November 20, 
23, 25, 27, 30, and December 2, 191 5; in the New York American 
and Boston American; and were included in Sea Warfare, 191 6. 

Four of the poems were set to music by Edward Elgar and pub- 
lished by Enoch & Sons, 191 6, with the title "Four Songs from 
The Fringes of the Fleet." The music is dedicated to Admiral 
Lord Beresford. The four songs are: 

I. The Lowestoft Boat. ("In Lowestoft a boat was laid.") 
1. Fate's Discourtesy. (" Farewell and adieu to you, Greenwich 
ladies.") 

3. Submarines. (" The ships destroy us above.") 

4. The Sweepers. ("Dawn off the Foreland.") 

These four poems, with the short titles, also " Be well assured that on 
our side" with the title "A Song in Storm," and "Where the 
east wind is brewed" with the title "North Sea Patrol," appeared 
in Inclusive Verse, 1919. 

"A Song in Storm" was reprinted in The Years Between, 1919. 



358 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1915 

400 

ENGLISH EDITION 

The Fringes of The Fleet By Rudyard Kipling 
Macmillan and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, 
London 191 5 

Small octavo. Issued in paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered in red "The Fringes of The Fleet By Rudyard Kip- 
ling [the English flag] Macmillan and Co., Limited St. 
Martin's Street, London 191 5 Price Sixpence net." On 
back cover, advertisement of The Service Kipling [19 lines]. 

Collation; 1 leaves, pp. 74. — Fore-title with imprint on 
verso, title with copyright notice on verso, 2 leaves; text, 
pp. 1-71. Macmillan & Co.'s advertisement of the Works 
of Rudyard Kipling, i leaf. 

The text was revised. 

401 
AMERICAN EDITION 

The Fringes of the Fleet By Rudyard Kipling 
[ornament] Garden City New York Doubleday, 
Page & Company 191 6 

Small octavo. Issued in red boards, with white label on the 
front cover lettered "The Fringes of The Fleet [the English 
flag] Rudyard Kipling." 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 122. — Fore-title with list of Kip- 
ling's books on verso, title printed in red and black with 
copyright notice on verso, contents, 3 leaves; fly- title and 
text, pp. 1-111. 

The text does not differ from that of the English edition. 



i9i6] BOY STORIES 359 

402 

ILLUSTRATED EDITION 

Rudyard Kipling With The British Fleet For the 
New York American [19 16] 

Folio. Issued in gray paper wrappers and fastened with wire, 
the front cover lettered in gold, with view of battleships in 
green. 

Collation: pp. 56. — Title with "Complimentary Reprint 
from the New York American 'The Fringes of the Fleet* 
Copyright, 1915, by Rudyard Kipling" on verso, i leaf; 
text and decorations, printed in green, pp. 3-56. 

This was also issued in the same form for the Boston American, 



BOY STORIES 

Kipling Boy Stories (Edited for Boys) [device] Illus- 
trated Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & 
Company, Pubhshers. [19 16] 
Octavo. Issued in cloth, yellow top. 

Collation: pp. 451. — Title printed in red and black, contents, 
text, and glossary, pp. 1-45 1; colored frontispiece and 
many plates. 

Contents 

His Majesty the King. (Wee Willie Winkie.) 

The Drums of the Fore and Aft. (Wee Willie Winkie.) 

Wee Willie Winkie. (Wee Willie Winkie.) 

Christmas in India. (Departmental Ditties.) 

Baa, Baa, Black Sheep. (Wee WilHe Winkie.) 



360 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1916 

The Arrest of Lieutenant Golightly. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 
The Rout of the White Hussars. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 
Bimi. (Life's Handicap.) 
Namgay Doola. (Life's Handicap.) 
The Judgment of Dungara. (Life's Handicap.) 
Moti Guj — Mutineer. (Life's Handicap.) 
Haunted Subalterns. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 
His Chance in Life. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 
A Germ Destroyer, (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 
His Wedded Wife. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 
The Broken-Link Handicap. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 
A Bank Fraud. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 
The Ballad of the Clampherdown. (Barrack-Room Ballads, 1892.) 
The Ballad of East and West. (Barrack-Room Ballads, 1892.) 
Tod's Amendment. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 
A Friend's Friend. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 
The Story of Muhammad Din. (Plain Tales from the Hills.) 
The Sending of Dana Da. (In Black and White.) 
The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes. (The Phantom 'Rick- 
shaw.) 
My Own True Ghost Story. (The Phantom 'Rickshaw.) 
Glossary. (Departmental Ditties.) 



TALES OF "THE TRADE" 

404 

PAMPHLETS 

Tales Of "The Trade" I Some Work in the Baltic 
By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Garden City New 
York Doubleday, Page & Company 191 6 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered in green "Tales Of 'The Trade' I Some Work in 
the Baltic By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] The British 
Admiralty places at the disposal of the Press of America 
the following article, which has been written from confi- 



i9i6] TALES OF "THE TRADE" 361 

dential reports in its possession June, 191 6. Garden City, 
New York Doubleday, Page & Company 191 6." 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
poem "The Trade," and text, 5 leaves; blank leaf. 

Tales Of ''The Trade" II Business in the Sea of 
Marmora By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Gar- 
den City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 
1916 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered in green *' Tales Of "The Trade ' II Business in 
the Sea of Marmora By Rudyard Kipling [ornament and 
8 lines]." 

Collation; 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and text, 6 leaves. 

Tales Of *'The Trade'' III Ravages and Repairs 
By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Garden City New 
York Doubleday, Page & Company 1916 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered in green ** Tales Of "The Trade' III Ravages and 
Repairs By Rudyard Kipling [ornament and 8 lines]." 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and text, 5 leaves; blank leaf. 

The articles were published in The Times and other British news- 
papers, June 21, 23, 28; and were issued in a single pamphlet 
by Clement Shorter, July 9, 191 6. 

The poem beginning the first article, "The Trade," was collected in 
Inclusive Verse, 191 9. The three articles were included in Sea 
Warfare, 191 6. 



362 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1916 

COLLECTED EDITION 

Tales Of "The Trade" By Rudyard Kipling 

Quarto. Issued in steel-blue wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered from the types of the title-page, within a black 
border. 

Collation: I leaf, pp. 28, i leaf. — Blank leaf; title with 
editor's note on verso dated July 9, 191 6, and with number 
of copies, signed ** Clement Shorter," pp. 1,2; text, be- 
ginning "Some work in the Baltic," and the poem '*They 
bear, in place of classic names," pp. 3-28; blank leaf. 

The editor's note ends: "By permission of the Lords Commissioners 
of the Admiralty an edition of twenty-five copies has been 
privately printed by Clement Shorter for distribution among his 
friends. London: July 9, 191 6." 

The first title given to the above pamphlet by Mr. Shorter was Our 
Submarines. One copy with this title has been reported. 

DESTROYERS AT JUTLAND 
406 

PAMPHLETS 

Four pamphlets, in octavo, issued in pale-yellow paper wrap- 
pers, the front covers lettered in green from the types of 
the title-pages. 

Destroyers at Jutland I By Rudyard Kipling [or- 
nament] Garden City New York Doubleday, Page 
& Company, 191 6 



i9i6] DESTROYERS AT JUTLAND 363 

Collation: pp. 16. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and poem ''Have you news of my boy Jack?" 2 leaves; 
text, pp. 5-13; ornament, p. 14; blank leaf. 

Destroyers at Jutland II By Rudyard Kipling [or- 
nament] Garden City New York Doubieday, Page 
& Company 19 16 

Collation: pp. 16. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-13; ornament, p. 14; blank leaf. 

Destroyers at Jutland III By Rudyard Kipling 
[ornament] Garden City New York Doubleday, 
Page & Company 191 6 

Collation: pp. 16. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; poem "The doorkeepers of Zion," and text, pp. 3- 
15; ornament, p. 16. 

Destroyers at Jutland IV By Rudyard Kipling 
[ornament] Garden City New York Doubleday, 
Page & Company 19 16 

Collation: pp. 16. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, ending with the poem "Not in the thick of the 
fight," pp. 3-13; blank leaf. 

The articles were published in 'The Daily Telegraph and in The 
New York Times ^ October 19, 23, 26, 31, 191 6. 

They were reprinted, with many changes, in Sea Warfare, 191 6. 

"Have you news of my boy Jack?" Part i, with the title "My 
Boy Jack," "The doorkeepers of Zion," Part iii, with the title 
"Zion," and "Not in the thick of the fight," Part iv, with the 
title "Verdicts," were reprinted in The Years Between, 191 9. 

"My Boy Jack" was set to music by Edward German, in 191 6. 



364 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1916 

407 
THE NEUTRAL 

The Neutral By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1916 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, printed on one side only, 2 leaves; ornament 
on recto of fourth leaf. 

The poem was printed in Sea Warfare, 1916, and was included in 
The Years Between, 191 9, with the title "The Question." It was 
translated into French by Etienne Lamy, and printed at the end 
of a review of Sea Warfare in La Revue des Deux Mondes^ Novem- 
ber I, 1918. 

SEA WARFARE 

408 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Sea Warfare By Rudyard Kipling Macmillan and 
Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, London 1916 

Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, untrimmed, the front cover and 
back lettered in gold. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 224. — Blank leaf, fore-title with 
imprint on verso, title with ''Copyright" on verso, con- 
tents, 4 leaves; fly-title and text, pp. 1-222. Advertise- 
ments, 2 leaves, the first one a part of the last signature. 



1917] SEA WARFARE 365 

Contents 

The Fringes of the Fleet. 

London and American newspapers, November 20, 23, 25, 27, 
30, and December 2; separately, in six parts, by Doubleday, 
Page & Co; and reprinted in book form, 191 5. 

Tales of the Trade. 

The Daily Telegraphy June 21, 23, 28; separately, in three 
parts, by Doubleday, Page & Co.; and reprinted in book form 
by Clement Shorter, 191 6. 

Destroyers at Jutland. 

London and New York newspapers, October 19, 23, 26, 
31; separately, in four parts, by Doubleday, Page & Co., 
1916. 

The Neutral. 

Separately by Doubleday, Page & Co., for copyright pur- 
poses. 

409 
AMERICAN EDITION 

Sea Warfare By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Garden City, New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1917 

Octavo. Issued in red, brown, or blue cloth. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 223, i leaf. — Fore-title with list of 
books on verso, title with copyright notices on verso, and 
contents, 3 leaves; fly-title and text, pp. 1-222; imprint, 
p. 223; blank leaf. 

In "Tales of the Trade " the English edition follows the old spelling 
of Marmara. The American edition has Marmora. 



366 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1917 

410 
PEN PICTURES OF BRITISH BATTLES 

Pen Pictures of British Battles Painted by Author 
and Artist. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, Ltd. 
1917 

Octavo. Issued in paper wrappers, the front cover lettered in 
red and black, with an illustration. 

Collation: pp. 72. — Title, contents with editor's note on 
verso, and text, pp. 1-72; 10 plates. 

This contains "Warfare under Water," from Sea Warfare. 

A DIVERSITY OF CREATURES 
411 

ENGLISH EDITION 

A Diversity Of Creatures By Rudyard Kipling 
[quotation from Arabian Nights] Macmillan and 
Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, London 1917 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, top edges gilt. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 442, 3 leaves. — Fore-title with Kip- 
hng's device on verso, title, printed in black within red lines, 
with "Copyright" on verso, preface, contents, 4 leaves; 
text, pp. 1-442; blank leaf. Advertisements, 2 leaves. 



1917] A DIVERSITY OF CREATURES 367 

412 

AMERICAN EDITION 

A Diversity Of Creatures by Rudyard Kipling [or- 
nament] Garden City New York Doubleday, Page 
& Company 1917 
Octavo. Issued in green cloth, top edges gilt. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 444. — Fore-title with list of Kip- 
ling's books on verso, title printed within red and black 
lines with copyright notices on verso, preface with Kip- 
ling's device on verso, contents, 4 leaves; fly-title and text, 
pp. 1-443; imprint, p. 444. 

The preface to the English edition states that the dates at the head 
of the stories show when they were published in magazine form, 
except three, "The Village that Voted the Earth Was Flat," 
"Regulus," and "My Son's Wife," which carry the dates when 
they were written. 

"Regulus" was published in the magazines in April, 1917; this 
title was omitted from the preface of the American and the Bom- 
bay editions, and the date was changed at the head of the story, 
except in the Outward Bound edition. 

"The Village that Voted the Earth Was Flat," "My Son's 
Wife," and the poems are new. The heading for "The Edge of 
the Evening" is a part of "The Benefactors," published in The 
Years Between, 191 9. 

All the poems were reprinted in Inclusive Verse, 191 9. 

Contents 

As Easy as A.B.C. 

"The Family Magazine^ supplement to the Sunday newspapers, 
February and March; London Magazine^ March and April; 
separately, 1912. 

MacDonough's Song. 

The Friendly Brook. 

Metropolitan Magazine^ March; Windsor Magazine^ Decem- 
ber, 1914. 



368 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1917 

The Land. 

In the Same Boat. 

Harper s Magazine ^ December, 191 1. 

"Helen All Alone." 

The Honours of War. 

'The Family Magazine^ supplement to the Sunday newspapers, 
May; Windsor Magazine, August, 191 1. The characters are 
Stalky & Co. (Stalky, Infant, Cockran, and Beetle). 

The Children. 

The Dog Hervey. 

The Century Magazine, April; Nash's Magazine, May, 191 4. 

The Comforters. 

The Village that Voted the Earth Was Flat. 

The Press. 

In the Presence. 

Everybody's, and Pearson s Magazines, March, 1912. 

Jobson's Amen. 

Two stanzas were used as a heading to "Egypt of the Ma- 
gicians," printed in Cosmopolitan, 2.nd Nash's Magazines, July, 
1914. 

Regulus. 

Metropolitan, and Nash's Magazines, April, 1917. A Stalky 
& Co. story. 

A Translation. 

Reprinted in Q. Horati Flacci Carminum Librum Quintum, 
1920. 

The Edge of the Evening. 

Metropolitan, and Pall Mall Magazines, December, 1913. The 
heading is a part of "The Benefactors," printed in The Years 
Between, 1919. 

Rebirth. 

The Horse Marines. 

Pearson's Magazine, October; separately, 1910. 

The Legend of Mirth. 

"My Son's Wife." 

The Floods. 

The Fabulists. 

The Vortex. 

Scribner's Magazine, August, 1914. 

The Song of Seven Cities. 



[917] THE EYES OF ASIA 369 

"Swept and Garnished." 

'The Century^ and Nash's Magazines^ January, 191 5. 
Mary Postgate. 

^he Century, and Nash's Magazines, September, 191 5. 
The Beginnings. 



THE EYES OF ASIA 

PAMPHLETS 

Four pamphlets, octavo, issued in pale-yellow paper wrap- 
pers, the front covers lettered in green from the types of 
the title-pages. 

The Fumes of the Heart By Rudyard Kipling [or- 
nament] Garden City New York Doubleday, Page 
& Company. 1917 

Collation: pp. 16. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and text, pp. 1-15; ornament, p. 16. 

La Revue des Deux Mondes, May i ; 'The Morning Post, May 10 and 14; 
The Saturday Evening Post, May 19, 1917. Many passages were 
omitted in the London paper. 

The Private Account By Rudyard Kipling [orna- 
ment] Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & 
Company. 1917 

Collation: pp. 20. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and text, pp. 1-16; 2 blank leaves. 

The Saturday Evening Post, May 26; La Revue des Deux Mondes, 
June I, 1917. 



370 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1917 

A Retired Gentleman By Rudyard Kipling [orna- 
ment] Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & 
Company 1917 

Collation: pp. 16. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and text, pp. 1-13; ornament, p. 14; blank leaf. 

l!he Morning Post^ May 17 and 21 ; The Saturday Evening Post^ June 
2, 1917. 

A Trooper of Horse By Rudyard Kipling [orna- 
ment] Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & 
Company. 1917 

Collation: pp. 16. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
and text, pp. 1-13; ornament, p. 14; blank leaf. 

'The Morning Post, May 24 and 29; The Saturday Evening Post^ June 
9; La Revue des Deux Monde s^ June 15, 191 7. 

Sixty copies of each pamphlet were printed, but never distributed; 
and all but a very few were destroyed. 



414 
COLLECTED EDITION 

The Eyes of Asia By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Garden City Nev^ York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1918 

Small octavo. Issued in boards, cloth back, and in brown, 
tan, or gray cloth. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 102, 2 leaves. — Fore-title with list of 
Kipling's books on verso, title with copyright notice on 
verso, contents, 3 leaves; fly-title and text, pp. i-ioi; im- 
print, p. 102; 2 blank leaves. 



1917] THE WAR IN THE MOUNTAINS 371 

Contents 

A Retired Gentleman. 
The Fumes of the Heart. 
The Private Account. 
A Trooper of Horse. 

There are many changes in this text from that printed in the news- 
papers or the separate issues. 

The four stories were translated into French by Firmin Roz and 
published by Payot & Cie, Paris, 1921. 



THE WAR IN THE MOUNTAINS 

PAMPHLETS 

Five pamphlets, octavo, issued in pale-yellow paper wrap- 
pers, the front covers lettered in dark green from the types 
of the title-pages. 

The War in The Mountains I The Roads of an 
Army By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Garden 
City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 
1917 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-9; publisher's device, p. 10; blank leaf. 

The War in the Mountains II Podgora By Rud- 
yard Kipling [ornament] Garden City New York 
Doubleday, Page & Company 1917 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-9; publisher's device, p. 10; blank leaf. 



372 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1917 

The War in the Mountains III A Pass, a King, and 
a Mountain By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Gar- 
den City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 
1917 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-9; publisher's device, p. 10; blank leaf. 

The War in the Mountains IV Only a Few Steps 

Higher Up [ornament] Garden City New York 

Doubleday, Page & Company 191 7 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-9; publisher's device, p. 10; blank leaf. 

The War in the Mountains V The Trentino Front 
[ornament] Garden City New York Doubleday, 
Page & Company 191 7 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-7; publisher's device, p. 8. 

The articles were printed in The Daily Telegraph and The New York 
Tribune, June 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 1917. They were translated im- 
mediately into Italian, printed in Lettura and Secolo XX, and 
reprinted separately in a little pamphlet; and were translated 
into French and published in La Revue des Deux Monies. 

416 

ITALIAN EDITION 

Rudyard Kipling La Guerra nelle Montagne Im- 
pressioni del Fronte Italiano Milano Casa Editrice 
Risorgimento 191 7. 



1917] A TREASURY OF WAR POETRY 373 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered in red and black, ornamented with a cut showing 
Kipling with seven Italian officers. 

Collation: pp. 64. — Fore-title, title with copyright notices 
on verso, 2 leaves; text, pp. 5-61; "Indice," i leaf; illus- 
trations, printed on different paper, 4 leaves. 

BRITAIN AND THE WAR 

417 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Britain and The War By Andre Chevrillon With a 

Preface by Rudyard Kipling Hodder and Stoughton 

London New York Toronto 19 17 

Octavo. Issued in cloth. 

Collation: 5 leaves, pp. vii-xxi, 240. — Blank leaf, fore-title, 
title, foreword, 5 leaves; preface, pp. vii-xvii; contents, 
pp. xix-xxi; introduction, text, index, pp. 1-237; imprint, 
p. 238. Advertisements, i leaf. 

The articles were first printed in La Revue de Paris ^ November i, 
191 5, to January i, 191 6. Three letters on the subject were writ- 
ten by Kipling to Andre Chevrillon, dated November 28 and 
December 31, 1915, and January 7, 1916, and were published 
in the same magazine, February i, 1916. 

The American edition, with the title England and the War (1914- 
191 5), was published by Doubleday, Page & Co., 191 7. 

418 

A TREASURY OF WAR POETRY 

A Treasury of War Poetry British and American 
Poems Of the World War 1914-1917 Edited, with 



374 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1917 

Introduction and Notes, by George Herbert Clarke 
Professor of English in the University of Tennes- 
see [ornament] Boston and New York Houghton 
Mifflin Company The Riverside Press Cambridge 
1917 

Octavo. Issued in paper wrappers, in cloth, and in limp 
leather. 

Collation: i leaf, pp. xxx, 282. — Blank leaf; fore-title, title, 
dedication, quotations, contents, acknowledgments, and 
introduction, pp. i-xxx; fly-title, text, occasional notes, 
and indexes, pp. 1-280; imprint, p. 282. 

The poems by Kipling are; 
The Choice. 

l^he Daily Telegraph and 'The New York Times ^ April 13, 

1917; The Years Between, 1919. 
For All We Have and Are. 

London and American newspapers, September 2, 1914; The 

Years Between, 191 9. 
The Mine Sweepers. 

Sea Warfare, 191 6. 

"The Choice" was reprinted here for the first time. 

MESOPOTAMIA 

419 

Mesopotamia By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1917 

Octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3, 5; ornament, p. 6; blank leaf. 



1917] THE HOLY WAR 375 

The poem was published in The Morning Post; The New York Times, 
July II, 1 91 7; and was included in The Years Between, 191 9. 



420 

"We, the Public, must see to this ourselves. 
Mesopotamia." [1917] 

Broadside, with the above heading in heavy black type. At 
the foot of the sheet is ** Printed by permission of Rudyard 
Kipling. Warrington & Co., Printers, 23 Garrick Street, 
W. C." 

THE HOLY WAR 

421 

"The Holy War'' By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1917 

Octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 2^S'^ ornament, p. 6; blank leaf. 

The poem was printed in The New York Times, December 6; 
Land and Water, Christmas number, 1917; The Red Cross Maga- 
zine, January, 191 8; and was included in The Years Between, 
1919. 

422 

The Holy War By Rudyard Kipling [reproduction 
of the illustration to Bunyan's "The Holy War," 
1737, and 4 lines of text. 1917] 
Octavo. Leaflet. 



376 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1917 

Collation: 2 leaves. — Title, p. i; text, pp. 2-4; imprint 
**Methuen & Co. Ltd., 36 Essex Street, London, W. C," 
and "Twopence net," at the foot of p. 4. 

The poem was printed separately by Methuen & Co., 191 8, as a 
broadside, and as a leaflet of two leaves with the title within a 
woodcut border. 

A NATIVITY 

A Nativity By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Gar- 
den City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 
1917 

Octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, 2 leaves, printed on one side only; blank leaf. 

The poem was printed in 'The Daily Telegraphy December 23, 1916; 
was included in The Years Between, 1919; and was reprinted in 
the Christmas annual, The Christmas Spirit, London, 1920. 

KIPLING'S MESSAGE 
424 

[Silhouette of Kipling] Kipling's Message W. H. 
Smith & Son 186 Strand, London One Penny. 

[1918] 

Small pamphlet, measuring 3I by 6i inches. Issued in white 
paper wrappers, the title printed within red and blue lines 
on the front cover, with ** Address delivered by Mr. Kipling 
at Folkstone, on February 15, 191 8" on verso; the back 
cover blank. 



I9I8] THE SONG OF THE LATHES 377 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Text, with imprint "Printed by the 
Field & Queen (Horace Cox) Ltd., Bream's Buildings, 
London, E. C. 4," at the foot of the last leaf, 6 leaves. 

The speech was published in the London newspapers, February 16; 
and in the New York newspapers the following day. 



Kipling's Message [''Y.M.C.A/' printed in white 
on a black bar across the red triangle] 

Small octavo. Issued in paper wrappers. 

Collation: 8 leaves. — Title and text, pp. 1-16, with imprint 
''Devambez. Paris" on p. 16. 

426 
THE SONG OF THE LATHES 

The Song of The Lathes (Being the words of the 
tune hummed at her lathe by Mrs. L. Embsay, 
Widow) By Rudyard KipHng [ornament] Garden 
City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 
1918 

Octavo. Issued in yellow paper, the front cover lettered in 
green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-5; ornament, p. 6; blank leaf. 

The poem was published in the London Sunday Herald, February 24, 
1 91 8; and was included in The Years Between, 191 9. 



378 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [191 8 

THE IRISH GUARDS 
427 

The Irish Guards By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1918 

Octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, the front cover 
printed in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-^; ornament, p. 6; blank leaf. 

428 
AUTOGRAPH EDITION 

[The Irish Guards] 

Folio, measuring io| by 9I inches, printed on stiff white 
paper. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — The insignia of the Irish Guards em- 
bossed in silver and blue, with the date "March i8th, 
1918," I leaf; title, a dropped heading, and text, 3 leaves, 
printed on one side only, with copyright notice at the foot 
of the second leaf and limit notice at the foot of the fourth 
leaf. 

One hundred copies were printed, and signed by Kipling, to be 
sold for the benefit of the Irish Guards, March 18, 191 8. 

The poem was published in The Times ^ March 11, 191 8; and was 
included in The Years Between, 191 9. 



I9I8] THE GREEK NATIONAL ANTHEM 379 

429 
A PILGRIM'S WAY 

A Pilgrim's Way By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 191 8 

Octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, 2 leaves, with ornament on verso of the second 
leaf; blank leaf. 

The first three stanzas were published in Cosmopolitan^ September, 
1914, as the heading to "Egypt of the Magicians." The above 
version was printed in Reveille^ No. i, August, 191 8; and was in- 
cluded in The Years Between, 1919. 

THE GREEK NATIONAL ANTHEM 

The Greek National Anthem Rendered into Eng- 
lish by Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Garden City 
New York Doubleday, Page & Company 191 8 

Octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, printed in the form of a sonnet, i leaf; orna- 
ment, I leaf; blank leaf. 

The poem was printed in The Daily Telegraphy October 17, 191 8; and 
was included in The Years Between, 1919. 



38o KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1918 

The Greek newspaper, Atlantis (New York), issued copies of the 
poem printed in seven stanzas on the back of a broadside which 
advertises confectionery and bears the date March 31, 191 5. 

It was sung in many Greek churches to the music of a hymn, at 
the Thanksgiving exercises for November 25, 191 8. 



JUSTICE 

Justice By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] Garden 
City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 
1918 

Octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text and printer's ornament, 2 leaves; blank leaf. 

The poem was cabled by Kipling as a warning against easy terms 
to Germany. It was printed in three stanzas in The "Times, 
October 24; and in The Boston Post and The New York Times, 
October 26, 191 8. 

Methuen & Co. issued it on a card, printed on both sides, in six 
stanzas, within a border of names of towns and cities destroyed 
by the Germans during the World War. A sword and scales are 
above the title. 

IN THE INTEREST OF THE BRETHREN 

In The Interest of The Brethren By Rudyard Kip- 
ling Price 25 cents. [191 8] 

Folio. Issued in paper wrappers, fastened with wire. 



I9I8] TWENTY POEMS 381 

Collation. — Title on the front cover; text, printed on one side 
of the leaf only, with ''Copyright by Rudyard Kipling in 
the U. S. A., 191 8 " at foot of the first page, pp. 1-17. 

The story was published in the Metropolitan Magazine; and in 'J'he 
Story Teller J December, 191 8. 

433 

TWENTY POEMS 

Twenty Poems From Rudyard Kipling [quotation, 
six lines from **A Song of Kabir''] Methuen & Co. 
Ltd. 2^ Essex Street W. C. London [1918] 

Sextodecimo. Issued in French-blue paper wrappers, the 
front cover and back lettered in dark blue. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 40. — Blank leaf, fore-title with list 
of books on verso, title with date of publication on verso, 
contents with note of thanks from Kipling to the pub- 
lishers for permission to include certain poems, 4 leaves; 
text, pp. 1-38; leaf, with imprint on verso. 

Contents 

The Sons of Martha. 

The Standard y April 29; The New York Tribune; separately, 

1907. 
The Lowestoft Boat. 

Sea Warfare, 191 6. 
The Secret of the Machines. 

A History of England, 191 1. 
South Africa. 

The Five Nations, 1903. 
The Thousandth Man. 

Rewards and Fairies, 1910. 
"My Boy Jack." 

Sea Warfare, 191 6. 
If. 

Rewards and Fairies, 19 10. 



382 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1918 

The Long Trail. 

Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads, 1892. 
Trawlers. 

Sea Warfare, 191 6. 
The Holy War. 

Land and Water ^ December; separately, 1917. 
The Glory of the Garden. 

A History of England, 191 1. 
The Flowers. 

The Seven Seas, 1896. 
Gunga Din. 

Departmental Ditties, 1890. 
Our Lady of the Snows. 

The Five Nations, 1903. 
The Dawn Wind. 

A History of England, 191 1. 
Big Steamers. 

K History of England, 191 1. 
The Children. 

A Diversity of Creatures, 1917. 
Mother o' Mine. 

The Light that Failed, 1891. 
The Beginnings. 

A Diversity of Creatures, 1917. 
"For All We Have and Are." 

Tihe Times ^ September 2; The Five Nations, Bombay edition, 

1914. 

"The Sons of Martha" and "The Holy War" were collected here 
by Kipling for the first time. They were included in The Years 
Between, 191 9. 

434 

THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF JOEL 
CHANDLER HARRIS 

The Life and Letters of Joel Chandler Harris By 
Julia Collier Harris With Portraits and other Hlus- 
trations [vignette] Boston and New York Hough- 



I9I8] GUYNEMER 383 

ton Mifflin Company The Riverside Press Cam- 
bridge 191 8 
Octavo. Issued in cloth. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 622, i leaf. — Fore-title, title-page 
with copyright notice on verso, dedication, contents, list 
of illustrations, fly-title, 6 leaves; text, pp. 1-621; imprint, 
p. 622; blank leaf. 

Harris wrote an appreciation of The Second Jungle Book for the 
Book-Buyer^ Christmas number, 1895. Kipling sent him a copy 
of the book with the letter that is published in The Life and 
Letters, page 332. 

435 

THE WORK OF THE ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE 

The Work of the Royal Naval Reserve. Published 
by the Yachting Monthly 9 King Street, Covent 
Garden, London. [191 8] 

Imperial octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, printed in 
colors. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 64. — Title on the front cover; ad- 
vertisements, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-64; portrait of Com- 
mander Alfred Houghton, R.N.R., inserted. 

This includes "L'Envoi, There's a whisper down the field," from 
Barrack-Room Ballads, 1892, with illustrations by Donald Max- 
well, R.N.V.R. 

GUYNEMER 

Guynemer Knight of the Air By Henry Bordeaux 
Translated from the French by Louise Morgan Sill 



384 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1918 

With a Prefatory Letter from Rudyard Kipling 
London Chatto & Windus 191 8 

Octavo. Issued in tan cloth, the front cover and back let- 
tered in red. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 240. — Fore-title, title with copy- 
right notice on verso, letter from Rudyard Kipling, con- 
tents, 4 leaves; text, pp. 1-240. Chatto & Windus cata- 
logue bound in at the end, not a part of the book. 

The American edition, printed by the Yale University Press, contains 
a preface by Theodore Roosevelt instead of the letter by Kipling. 

437 

THE SCHOLARS 

The Scholars By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1919 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-^; ornament, p. 6; blank leaf. 

The poem was printed in T/ie Daily Telegraphy January 29; and in 
Colliers Weekly, April 19, 1919. It also appeared in The Britan- 
nia Magazine J R. N. Club, Dartmouth, Easter; and was collected 
in Inclusive Verse, 191 9. 

GREAT-HEART 

Great-Heart By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1919 



1919] COPYBOOK HEADINGS 385 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title-page with copyright notice on 
verso, I leaf; text, pp. 3, 5; ornament, p. 6; blank leaf. 

The poem was published in The Daily I'elegraphy February 5; The 
Boston Postj The Philadelphia Ledger^ and The New York Tribune^ 
February 8, 191 9; and was collected in Inclusive Verse. 

"Great-Heart, The Life of Theodore Roosevelt," by Daniel Hen- 
derson, 1 91 9, takes the title from Kipling's poem. The foreword 
is a quotation from the poem. The author's purpose is to show 
why Kipling thought Roosevelt was the incarnation of Bunyan's 
character, "Great-Heart." 

439 

THE SUPPORTS 

The Supports By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1919 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3, 5; ornament, p. 6; blank leaf. 

The poem appeared in Hutchinson's Story Magazine , vol. i. No. i, 
July, 1919. 

440 

THE GODS OF THE COPYBOOK HEADINGS 

The Gods of the Copybook Headings By Rudyard 
Kipling [ornament] Garden City New York Double- 
day, Page & Company 1919 



386 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1919 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. ;^-^; ornament, p. 6; blank leaf. 

The poem was published in the London Sunday Pictorial^ October 26; 
The Boston Post^ November 14, 1919; and was reprinted in 
Harper s Magazine^ January, 1920, with the title "The Gods of 
the Copybook Maxims." 

The first printing in America was evidently in the newspapers. The 
text differs greatly from the copyright edition, issued by Double- 
day, Page & Co., and the copyright edition differs slightly from 
that printed in Harper s Magazine. 

In the second stanza, last line, The Boston Post has: "That a tribe 
has been wiped off its icefield, or the lights had gone out in Rome." 
The copyright edition and Harper s Magazine have: " or Creation 
crashed at Rome." 

In the last stanza, second line, The Boston Poj/has: "When all men 
are paid for existing and no man must pay for his sins." The 
copyright edition ^.nd Harper s Magazine have: "Where all men 
insist on their merits and no one desists from his sins." 



441 

THE GR.AVES OF THE FALLEN 

The Graves of , the Fallen Imperial \Yar Graves 
Commission [19 19] 

Oblong quarto. Issued in paper wrappers, with imprint on 
the back cover. 

Collation: 8 leaves. — Title on the front cover, printed in 
black on green; text and illustrations, pp. 1-16. 

On verso of the front cover is a note: "This Descriptive Account 
of the work of the Imperial War Graves Commission was written 
by Mr. Rudyard Kipling at the Commission's request," etc. 



1919] THE YEARS BETWEEN 387 

THE YEARS BETWEEN 
442 

ENGLISH EDITION 

The Years Between By Rudyard Kipling [vignette] 

Methuen and Co. Ltd. 36 Essex Street W. C. 

London [191 9] 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, gilt top, other edges untrimmed, 
the back lettered in gold. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 160. — Blank leaf, fore-title with list 
of books on verso, title-page with ** First Published in 
1919" on verso, dedication "To the Seven Watchmen," 
contents, and index to first lines, 8 leaves; text, pp. 1-159; 
imprint, p. 160. Methuen's catalogue, pp. 32, bound in at 
the end. 

Two hundred copies were printed on large paper, and 30 on Japan 
paper. 

443 

AMERICAN EDITION 

The Years Between By Rudyard Kipling [orna- 
ment] Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & 
Company 1919 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, top edges gilt, the front cover 
and back lettered in gold. 

Collation: 7 leaves, pp. 154. — Fore-title with list of books 
on verso, title printed within red and black lines with copy- 
right notice on verso, dedication **To the Seven Watch- 
men," contents, and index to first lines, 7 leaves; fly-title, 
text, pp. 1-153; imprint, p. 154. 



388 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1919 

The text Is the same as in the English edition, except for one word 
on page 113 ("A Pilgrim's Way," line 7): "whatever state he 
show" is "whatever pride he show" in the English edition. 

The Outward Bound edition contains also the poems from A History 
of England. The Bombay and The Seven Seas editions contain 
"The Muse among the Motors." 

The first title given to The Years Between was "Gethsemane," and 
it was so announced in the American Publishers' Catalogue. 

Contents 
Introductory poem, "To the Seven Watchmen." 
The Benefactors. 

Two stanzas were used as a heading to "The Edge of the 

Evening," in A Diversity of Creatures, 1917. "The Benefac- 
tors," an uncollected story, appeared in 'The National Review 

and 'The American Magazine^ March, 1912. 
The Choice. 

The Daily Telegraphy April 13; separately, 1917. 
"TheCity of Brass." 

The Morning Post^ June 28; separately, 1909. 
The Covenant. 

The Daily Telegraph and The Covenanter^ May 20; separately, 

1914. 
The Craftsman. 
The Dead King. 

London and American newspapers. May, 1910. 
A Death-Bed. 
The Declaration of London. 

The Morning Post, June 29; separately, 191 1. 
En-Dor. 
Epitaphs. 
The Female of the Species. 

The Morning Post^ October 20; The Ladies* Home Journal, 

November, 191 1. 
"For All We Have and Are." 

London and American newspapers, September 2; The Five 

Nations, Bombay edition, 19 14; War Poems from The Times , 

191 5; Twenty Poems, 191 8. 
France. 

The Morning Post, June 24; separately, 1913; The Book of 

France, 1914; France at War, 191 5. 



1919] THE YEARS BETWEEN 389 

Gehazl. 

Gethsemane. 

The Holy War. 

Land and Water ^ December; separately, 191 7; Tihe Red Cross 
Magazine y February, 191 8. 

The Houses. 

The Navy League Journal^ June 28, 1898. 

The Hyaenas. 

The Irish Guards. 

The Times ^ March 18; separately, 191 8. 

Justice. 

The Times ^ October 24; American newspapers, October 26; 
separately, 191 8. 

Lord Roberts. 

The Daily Telegraphy November 19; separately, 1914. 

Mary's Son. 

Cosmopolitan^ and Nash's Magazines, December, 1914. 

Mesopotamia. 

The Morning Post and The New York Times, July 1 1 ; sepa- 
rately, 1917. 

My Boy Jack. 

The Daily Telegraph, October 19; Sea Warfare, 191 6. 

A Nativity. 

The Daily Telegraph, December 23; separately, 191 6. 

Natural Theology. 

The Oldest Song. 

Cosmopolitan, and Nash's Magazines, August, 1914. 

The Outlaws. 

King Albert's Book; separately, 1914. 

A Pilgrim's Way. 

Cosmopolitan, and Nash's Magazines, September, 1914; re- 
written and published in Reveille, August; separately, 191 8. 

The Pro-Consuls. 

The Times, July 22; Collier s Weekly, August 5, 1905. 

The Question. 

Sea Warfare, with the title, "The Neutral"; separately, 1916. 

A Recantation. 

The Rowers. 

The Times and The New York Times, December 29; sepa- 
rately, 1902; The Living Age, January, 1903; The Five Na- 
tions, Bombay edition, 1914. 



390 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1919 

Russia to the Pacifists. 
A Song at Cock-Crow. 
A Song in Storm. 

'The Daily 'Telegraphy^ovtmhtr ^o, 1915; Sea Warfare, 1916. 
The Song of the Lathes. 

London Sunday Herald^ February 24; separately, 191 8. 
The Sons of Martha. 

The New York Tribune and The Standard , April; separately, 

1907; Twenty Poems, 1918. 
The Spies' March. 

The Literary Pageant, July; separately, 191 1. 
Things and the Man. 

The Times ^ August i; Collier s Weekly y August, 1904. 
Ulster. 

The Morning Posty April 9; separately, 191 2. 
The Verdicts. 

The Daily Telegraphy October 31; Sea Warfare, 191 6. 
The Veterans. 

The Morning Post^ December 24, 1907, with the title "1857- 

1907." 

The Virginity. 

Cosmopolitan^ and Nash's Magazines ^ July, 1914. 
Zion. 

The Daily Telegraphy October 26; Sea Warfare, 191 6. 

The poems not previously printed are: **To the Seven Watchmen,** 
"The Craftsman," "A Death-Bed," "En-Dor," "Epitaphs," 
"Gehazi," "The Hyaenas," "Natural Theology," "A Recanta- 
tion," "Russia to the Pacifists," and "A Song at Cock-Crow." 

The Country Life Press, issued by Doubleday, Page & Co. in 191 9, 
contains some very valuable notes on the meaning of some of the 
poems in The Years Between. 

444 

THE COUNTRY LIFE PRESS 

The Country Life Press Garden City, New York 
[ornament] Published for the friends of Doubleday, 
Page & Company mcmxix 



1919] INCLUSIVE VERSE 391 

Small octavo. Issued in blue cloth, gilt top. 

Collation: i leaf, pp. 270. — Fore-title, i leaf; title and text, 
pp. 1-268; imprint, p. 269. 

Included are a portrait of Kipling, "My First Book," "Rudyard 
Kipling, Prophet," and "The Years Between," pp. 166-179; The 
Kipling Index, pp. 181-233. 

INCLUSIVE VERSE 
445 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Rudyard Kipling Verse Inclusive Edition 1885- 
1918 Vol. I [Vol. II] [Vol. Ill] London Hodder & 
S tough ton 1 91 9 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, ornamented and lettered in gold, 
untrimmed, the titles printed in red and black. 

Collation: 
Vol. i: 6 leaves, pp. 320. — Blank leaf, fore-title, title, con- 
tents, 6 leaves; text, pp. 1-318; blank leaf. 
Vol. II: 6 leaves, pp. 324. — Blank leaf, fore-title, title, con- 
tents, 6 leaves; text, pp. 1-324. 

Vol. Ill: 6 leaves, pp. 292. — Blank leaf, fore-title, title, 
contents, 6 leaves; text and index to first lines, pp. 1-292. 

One hundred copies were printed on vellum and autographed by 
Kipling. 

A comparison of the text shows minor changes in many poems. The 
poem with the heading " 1899" was printed in The Five Nations 
as the foreword, without a title, to " Service Songs. " 



392 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1919 

446 

FIRST AMERICAN EDITION 

[Swastika] Rudyard Kipling's Verse Inclusive Edi- 
tion [swastika] 1 885-191 8 Garden City New York 
Doubleday, Page & Company 191 9 
Octavo. Issued in cloth and leather, gilt top. 

Collation: 7 leaves, pp. 784. — Fore-title with list of books 
on verso, title printed in red and black with copyright 
notices and acknowledgment to the Century Co. on verso, 
2 leaves; contents, pp. v-xiv; fly-title and text, pp. 1-772; 
index to first lines, pp. 773-783; imprint, p. 784. 

Two hundred and fifty copies were printed on large paper and auto- 
graphed by Kipling. 

This contains the same poems as the London three-volume edition, 
with the exception of "Mowgli's Song at the Council Rock," 
which is omitted here. 

447 

SECOND AMERICAN EDITION 

[Swastika] Rudyard Kipling's Verse Inclusive Edi- 
tion [swastika] 1885-1918 Garden City New York 
Doubleday, Page & Company 1921 
Octavo. Issued in cloth and leather, gilt top. 

Collation: 7 leaves, pp. 788. — Fore-title with list of books 
on verso, title printed in red and black with copyright 
notices on verso, 2 leaves; contents, pp. v-xiv; fly-title and 
text, pp. 1-776; index to first lines, and imprint, pp. 777- 
788. 



I92I] INCLUSIVE VERSE 393 

The heading to "The Service Man," page 522, and the footnote to 
" Beast and Man in India," page 634, have been added. On page 
771 is a note in regard to "Great-Heart." Two poems, "Phila- 
delphia" and "When 'Omer Smote 'is Bloomin ' Lyre," which were 
not in the editions of 191 9, are included. 



448 

SECOND ENGLISH EDITION 

Rudyard Kipling's Verse Inclusive Edition [swas- 
tika] 1885-1918 Hodder and Stoughton, Ltd. 
Toronto London New York. [1921] 
Octavo. Issued in cloth. 

Collation: 7 leaves, pp. 788. — List of books, fore-title, title, 
3 leaves; contents, pp. v-xiv, 4 leaves; fly- title and text, 
pp. 1-773; fly-title and index to first lines, pp. 775-787; 
imprint, p. 788. 

This edition contains the changed heading on page 522 and the foot- 
note on page 634, as in the American edition. "Philadelphia" and 
"When 'Omer Smote 'is Bloomin' Lyre" have been added on 
pages 769 and 771. "Great-Heart" and the note are omitted. 

The collection contains Departmental Ditties, Barrack-Room Bal- 
lads, The Seven Seas, The Five Nations, Songs from Books, The 
Years Between, and the following poems not previously collected: 
The Greek National Anthem. 

T^he 'Daily Telegraphy October 17, 191 7. 
The Exiles' Line. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ July 8, 1892. 
In the Matter of One Compass. 

The Century Magazine, January, 1900. 
The Gipsy Trail. 

The Century Magazine, December, 1892. 
The Last of the Light Brigade. 

The St. James's Gazette, April 28, 1 890. One stanza is omitted. 



394 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1921 

The Vampire. 

Exhibition catalogue, April, 1897. 
The Ballad of the Red Earl. 

ne St. James's Gazette^ March 5, 1890. 
A Boy Scouts' Patrol Song. 

lihe Standard y September 16; T^he Scout y September 18, 1909. 
The Song of the White Men. 

The Friend y April 2; The New York Tribune^ May 17; The 

Daily Mail, June i, 1900. 
Pan in Vermont. 

Country Life in America, December, 1902. 
Verses on Games. 

The Almanac of Sports, 1898. 
"Put forth to watch, unschooled, alone." 

Heading to "The Way He Took," Cosmopolitan^ November 

and December; The Daily Express, June 12, 13, 14, 1900. 
Great-Heart. 

The Daily Telegraph, February 5, 191 9. 

449 
THE FEET OF THE YOUNG MEN 

The Feet of The Young Men By Rudyard Kipling 
Photographically Illustrated by Lewis R. Freeman 
[Kipling's device printed in black on pale yellow] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany MCMXX 
Octavo. Issued in boards; printed on glazed paper. 

Collation: pp. xxiv, 44 unnumbered leaves. — Limit notice 
and Kipling's autograph, fore-title with plate on verso, 
title with copyright notice on verso, 3 leaves; introduction 
signed ** Lewis R. Freeman," pp. vii-xxiii; plate, p. xxiv; 
fly-title, illustrations with text, imprint, blank leaf, 44 
leaves. 

Three hundred and seventy-seven copies were printed, and signed 
by Rudyard Kipling. 



I920] ENGLAND AND THE ENGLISH 395 

THE MAN TO WATCH 

The Man to Watch. (1920) 

Folio leaflet, printed on Italian paper. 

Collation: 2 leaves. — Title printed in red on front page with 
verso blank, i leaf; text with initial letter printed in red, 
signed **Rudyard Kipling," and with **One hundred and 
seventy copies printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn, 
San Francisco, MDCCCCxx" printed in red on verso, i leaf. 

This is an excerpt from the speech delivered by Kipling to the 
students of McGill University; it was printed in ^he Ladies* 
Home Journal^ January, and in the British Weekly^ January 9, 
1908. 

ENGLAND AND THE ENGLISH 

Speech By Rudyard Kipling "England'' Chairman 

Festival-Dinner, The Royal Society of St. George 

(Connaught Rooms), London, 23rd April, 1920. 

Price Threepence, Published by the Society by 

permission of Mr. Rudyard Kipling. (Copyright.) 

Octavo. Wired. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title, within a single rule line, p. I; 
text, beginning on verso of title, pp. 2-7; "The Royal 
Society of St. George," with list of patrons, president, 
organ of the society, and secretary, p. 8. 



396 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1920 

[St. George and the Dragon, with the motto "St. 

George for England" embossed in red] England 

and the English by Rudyard Kipling Chairman, 

Festival Dinner, The Royal Society of St. George, 

23 April, 1920. Connaught Rooms, London. Price 

Sixpence. PubHshed by the Society by permission 

of Mr. Rudyard Kipling. (Copyright) 

Octavo. Issued in paper wrappers, wired. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title on the front cover; text, pp. 
1-6; **The Royal Society of England'' with certificate of 
membership on verso, i leaf, perforated. 

The text is printed from the same plates as the foregoing number. 
The speech was printed in The Times ^ April 24; and in The English 
Race, spring and summer number, July, 1920. 

453 

THE MIND OF THE ENGLISH 

The Mind of the English Speech deHvered at the 
meeting of The Royal Society of St. George, Lon- 
don, St. George's Day, 1920 By Rudyard Kipling 
[ornament] Garden City, N. Y., and Toronto 
Doubleday, Page & Company 1921 

Duodecimo. Issued in brown boards, vellum back, the front 
cover lettered in gold, untrimmed, top edges gilt. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 20. — Fore-title, title, fly-title, 3 
leaves; text, pp. 1-19; imprint, p. 20. 

One hundred and eight copies were printed. 



1920] LETTERS OF TRAVEL 397 

LETTERS OF TRAVEL 

454 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Letters of Travel (i 892-1913) by Rudyard Kipling 

Macmillan and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, 

London 1920 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, gilt top. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 284, 2 leaves. — Blank leaf, fore-title 
with Kipling's device on verso, title printed within red lines 
with publisher's note and copyright notice on verso, con- 
tents, 4 leaves; fly-title *'From Tideway to Tideway," and 
text, pp. 1-116; fly-title ''Letters to the Family," and text, 
pp. 117-205; fly-title "Egypt of the Magicians," and text, 
pp. 207-284. Advertisements, 2 leaves. 

455 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Letters of Travel 1 892-1913 by Rudyard Kipling 
[ornament] Garden City New York Doubleday, 
Page & Company 1920 

Octavo. Issued in green cloth, the front cover and back let- 
tered in gold. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 306. — Fore-title with list of books 
on verso, title printed within red and black lines with 
copyright notice and Kipling's device on verso, and con- 
tents, 3 leaves; fly-title "From Tideway to Tideway," 
and text, pp. 1-123; fly-title ''Letters to the Family," and 



398 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1920 

text, pp. 125-219; fly-title ** Egypt of the Magicians," 
and text, pp. 221-302; imprint, p. 303; blank leaf. 

The text is the same in the two editions. 

Contents 

From Tideway to Tideway (i 892-1 895) 

In Sight of Mount Monadnock. 

The Times and The Sun (New York), April; The Civil ^ Mili- 
tary Gazette^ May, 1892. A portion was reprinted in Pictur- 
esque Brattleboro, 1894, and as a pamphlet in Boston, 1904. 

Across the Continent. 

The Times and The Sun (New York), with the titles "New 
York and St. Paul as Seen by Kipling " and "Across the 
Continent," and The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ May, 1892. 

The Edge of the East. 

The Times^ The Sun (New York), and The Civil ^ Military 
Gazette^ July? 1892. A stanza at the end of "Buddha at 
Kamakura" was omitted when the poem was reprinted in 
The Five Nations, 1903. Headings for Chapters i, 11, and iii 
in "Kim" were taken from this poem. 

Our Overseas Men. 

The Times and The Sun (New York), July and August; The 
Civil ^ Military Gazette, x^ugust, 1892. Part i has a heading 
"King Euric"; Part 11 ends with three stanzas beginning 
"The stumbling block of western lore," not in The Times. 

Some Earthquakes. 

The Times, The Sun (New York), and The Civil <y Military 
Gazette, August, 1892. 

Half-a-Dozen Pictures. 

The Times and The Sun (New York), August; The Civil 
^Military Gazette, September, 1892. The article ends with 
"L'Envoi, When earth's last picture is painted," reprinted in 
The Seven Seas, 1896. This was not in The Times. The 
first line of the third stanza is: "And only Rembrandt shall 
teach us, and only Van Dyck shall blame." 

"Captains Courageous." 

The Times and The Sun (New York), November, with the 
heading "What Kipling saw on his way back to Japan with 
something about the Outland adventures and the Boom spirit 



{ 



I920] LETTERS OF TRAVEL 399 

of the Great West," with the sub-heading "The Foreloper," 
which was reprinted in Songs from Books with the title "The 
Voortrekker." In the text is a stanza, thirteen lines, begin- 
ning "Away, by the land of the Japanese," afterwards used 
as the first stanza of "The Rhyme of the Three Sealers," 
printed in The Seven Seas, 1896. This chapter was printed 
also in the Vancouver paper at that time, and in l^he Civil 
^ Military Gazette^ December, 1892. 

On One Side Only. 

^he 'Times ^ November; The Sun (New York) and The Civil 
^Military Gazette^ December, 1892. 

From a Winter Note Book. 

Harper s Magazine^ May, 1900. A note, seven lines at the be- 
ginning, was not reprinted. 

Letters to the Family 

The letters were printed in The Morning Posi, Collier s Weekly^ 
and The Vancouver Worlds about the same time, in 1908. 

The Road to Quebec. 

The Morning Post, March 12; Collier s Weekly, March 14, 
with the title "The Eldest Sister"; and heading "A Song of 
Travel," reprinted in Songs from Books. 

A People at Home. 

The Morning Post, March 19; Collier s Weekly, March 21, 
with the title "The Relatives at Work"; and heading " Jubal 
and Tubal Cain," reprinted in Songs from Books. 

Cities and Spaces. 

The Morning Post, March 26; Collier's Weekly, March 28, 
with the title "Testing the Eldest Sister's Strength"; and 
heading "Romulus and Remus," reprinted in Songs from 
Books. 

Newspapers and Democracy. 

The Morning Post, April 2; Collier s Weekly, April 4, with the 
same title; and heading "The Stranger," reprinted in Songs 
from Books. 

Labour. 

The Morning Post, April 9; Collier s Weekly, April 11, with 
the title "The Rule of the Servant"; heading, a quotation 
from Proverbs; and poem with the same title, reprinted in 
Songs from Books. 



400 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1920 

The Fortunate Towns. 

The Morning Post, April 16; Collier s Weekly, April 18, with 
the title "The Town that Was Born Lucky'*; and heading 
"The Prairie," reprinted in Songs from Books. 

Mountains and the Pacific. 

The Morning Post, April 23; Collier s Weekly, April 25, with 
the title "The Wonderful Years to Be"; and heading "When 
the Great Ark," four stanzas reprinted in Songs from Books. 

A Conclusion. 

The Morning Post, April 30; Collier s Weekly, May 2, with 
the title " Democracy the Enemy of the Empire"; and head- 
ing "Were my Heart as Some Men's Are," three stanzas by 
Thomas Campion. 

Egypt of the Magicians 

Sea Travel. 

Nash's Magazine, "Egypt of the Magicians," June; Cosmo- 
politan, July, 1 914, with the heading "The Virginity," re- 
printed in The Years Between, 191 9. 

A Return to the East. 

Nash's Magazine, "Egypt of the Magicians," and Cosmo- 
politan, July, 1 914, with the heading "Jobson's Amen," 
printed in full in A Diversity of Creatures, 191 7. 

A_,Serpent of the Nile. 

Nash's Magazine, "Cairo, Sorceress of Cities," and Cosmo- 
politan, August, 1 914, with the heading "The Oldest Song," 
reprinted in The Years Between, 191 9. 

Up the River. 

Nash's Magazine, "Social Reform in Egypt," and Cosmo- 
politan, September, 1914, with the heading, three stanzas, 
which were reprinted as a part of "A Pilgrim's Way" in The 
Years Between, 191 9. 

Dead Kings. 

Nash's Magazine, "Interviewing Pharaoh," and Cosmopoli- 
tan, October, 1914, with the heading "He that Died o' 
Wednesday." 

The Face of the Desert. 

Nash's Magazine, "The Dead of Old Battles," and Cosmo- 
politan, November, 19 14. 

The Riddle of the Empire. 

Nash's Magazine, "Sudan the Respectable," and Cosmo- 
politan, T)Qctn\hQr, 1914. 



I920] THE FIFTH BOOK OF HORACE 401 

THE AMERICANIZATION OF EDWARD BOK 

The Americanization Of Edward Bok The Auto- 
biography Of a Dutch Boy Fifty Years After With 
Illustrations New York Charles Scribner's Sons 
1920 
Octavo. Issued in cloth, untrlmmed. 

Collation: 13 leaves, pp. 461. — Fore-title, title with copy- 
right notice on verso, dedication, an explanation, con- 
tents, list of illustrations, ** An Introduction of Two Per- 
sons," and fly-title, 13 leaves; text and index, pp. 1-461; 
frontispiece, portrait of Edward Bok, and 14 plates. 

The book contains parts of letters from Kipling, one chapter on 
Kipling, facsimiles of the manuscripts of "If," and a scenario of 
an unwritten novel. There is also a description of the little 
daily paper written by members of the Kipling party on the re- 
turn voyage to England on the "Teutonic in June, 1899, after his 
severe illness in America. It was written on large sheets of 
paper, and was called 'The Teuton Tonic. These sheets are still in 
existence. 

457 

THE FIFTH BOOK OF HORACE 

Q. Horati Flacci Carminum Librum Quintum A 
Rudyardo Kipling et Carolo Graves Anglice Red- 
ditum et variorum notis adornatum ad fidem codi- 
cum mss. edidit Aluredus D. Godley Oxonii Apud 
Basilium Blackwell mdccccxx 



402 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1920 

Octavo. Issued in tan boards, the front cover and back let- 
tered in white. 

Collation: 3 leaves, 20 leaves, pp. 21-34. — Title with fore- 
word in Latin on verso, and praefatio, 3 leaves; fly-title, 
and odes, printed in Latin and English, 20 leaves, num- 
bered at the bottom; appendix, in Latin, pp. 21-32; ap- 
pendix, in English, pp. 33, 34. 

Ode I, by Kipling, was printed as the heading to "Regulus" in A 
Diversity of Creatures, 191 6, with the title "Horace, Bk. v, Ode 
III." Ode VI first appeared in 'J^he 'Times and Collier s Weekly^ 
August, 1905, with the title "Pro-Consuls," and was collected in 
The Years Between and Inclusive Verse, 1919. Ode xiii had not 
been published before. 

The foreword and preface were translated into English by Roberts 
Walker, New York City, and a very few copies, dated March, 
1 921, were issued for private circulation only. 

An American edition was printed in 1921, the first work published 
on the fund established by the Colorado Yale Alumni Association, 
at the Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut. 

In 1922, Basil Blackwell, Oxford, issued a large-paper edition, 150 
copies, in gray boards, the front cover lettered in gold on a red 
paper label. An additional chapter, "Lectori," is found at the 
end, signed "A.D.G." 

SOME NOTES ON A BILL 

Some Notes on a Bill by Rudyard Kipling Little 
Rock The Incunabula Bookshop 1920 

Quarto. Issued in pale-gray paper wrappers, wired, the front 
cover lettered *'Some Notes on a Bill Rudyard Kipling." 

Collation: 6 leaves. — Blank leaf; title with number of copies 
printed on verso, leaf with "These verses are reprinted 



I92I] THE LOG OF H.M.A. R34 403 

from *The Author,' London, July i, 1891 " on recto, and 
text, pp. 1-7; p. 8 is blank; blank leaf. 

The poem was printed in T^he Author and Harper's Weekly^ July, 
1891. 



459 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY 
OF ARTS AND LETTERS 

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and 

Letters and of the National Institute of Arts and 

Letters Number XI: 1921 The William Dean 

Howells Memorial Meeting March i, 1921 New 

York 

Quarto. Issued in paper wrappers. 

Collation: pp. 24. — Title on the front cover with copyright 
notice on verso, i leaf; contents, text, pp. 3-2 1; blank 
leaf, forming the back cover. In ** Greetings from other 
Countries" is an appreciation of Howells by Rudyard 
Kipling, pp. 8, 9. 

460 
THE LOG OF H.M.A. R 34 

The Log Of H.M.A. R 34 Journey to America and 
back by Air-Commodore E. M. Maitland C.M.G., 
D.S.O., A.F.C., Royal Air Force With a Letter 
from Rudyard Kipling Illustrated Hodder and 
S tough ton Limited London [1921] 
Octavo. Issued in blue cloth. 



404 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1921 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 168. — Fore-title, title with imprint 
on verso, letter from Rudyard Kipling, introduction, con- 
tents, illustrations, 6 leaves; fly-title and text, pp. 1-168; 
folding map at end. 

The letter, written to General Maitland, is dated at Bateman's, 
Burwash, Sussex, November 26, 1920. 



461 

SELECTED STORIES 

Selected Stories From Kipling Edited by William 
Lyon Phelps Lampson Professor of English Litera- 
ture at Yale [ornament] Garden City, N. Y.3 and 
Toronto Doubleday, Page & Company 1921 
Octavo. Issued in cloth. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 356. — Fore-title, title with copy- 
right notices on verso, contents, 3 leaves; introduction by 
William Lyon Phelps, pp. vii-xiv; fly-title, i leaf; text, pp. 
1-355; imprint, p. 2>S^. 

Contents 

The Man Who Would be King. (The Phantom 'Rickshaw.) 

The Drums of the Fore and Aft. (Wee Willie Winkie.) 

The Phantom 'Rickshaw. (The Phantom 'Rickshaw.) 

Wee Willie Winkie. (Wee Willie Winkie.) 

The Courting of Dinah Shadd. (Life's Handicap.) 

The Man Who Was. (Life's Handicap.) 

Without Benefit of Clergy. (Life's Handicap.) 

The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney. (Life's Handicap.) 

"Rikki-Tikki-Tavi." (The Jungle Book.) 

The Brushwood Boy. (The Day's Work.) 

William the Conqueror. (The Day's Work.) 

"They." (Traffics and Discoveries.) 

An Habitation Enforced. (Actions and Reactions.) 



1923] AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION 405 

THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION 
CATALOGUES 

462 

American Art Association. New York. Catalogue 
of the Josiah Henry Burton sale, March 12, 1921. 

Letter from Kipling to Mr. W. H. Rideing, editor of l^he Youth's 
Companion. 

463 

American Art Association. New York. Catalogue 
of the Hall-Fitzgibbon-Halsey and other collections, 
April 20, 21, 1921. 

Among the Kipling material are portions of letters, facsimiles of 
poems, corrected proof-sheets of poems, showing the original 
text, and one long poem, "A Ballade of Photographs." 

There are two manuscripts of "A Ballade of Photographs," both 
written for collections of photographs of Indian scenery made by 
Mr. Hill (the professor in From Sea to Sea), of Allahabad. The 
poem was never published by Kipling. 

l^he Wave^ vol. i. No. 3, June, 1922, printed the poem from the 
facsimile published in this catalogue. It was also printed in Et 
Cetera, A Collector's Scrap Book, Chicago, 1924. 



464 

American Art Association, New York. Catalogue 
of WilHam Gable Library. November 5, 1923. 

The catalogue contains "Job's Wife," written for The Scribbler, 
1880. 



4o6 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1924 



American Art Association, New York. Catalogue 
of a Pennsylvania Collector. April 23, 1924. 

The catalogue contains a facsimile of a drawing by Kipling, a back 
view of Julian Ralph (one of the editors of T^he Friend)^ Bloem- 
fontein, 1900; facsimiles of a poem written in a copy of Wee 
Willie Winkie, 1888, and of a poem written on the back of a 
dinner menu of the steamship City of Berlin^ Inman line, dated 
September 26, 1889. 

Kipling sailed from New York for England in September, 1889, on 
the City of Berlin^ with Mr. and Mrs. Hill, with whom he had 
come on his first visit to America. 



466 

American Art Association. New York Catalogue 
of the George Barr McCutcheon Collection. April 
20, 21, 1925. 

This contains many facsimiles of letters, poems, and manuscripts, — 
among them " Auld Lang Syne," — never collected by Kipling. 



467 

THE ANDERSON GALLERIES CATALOGUE 

The Anderson Galleries. New York. Catalogue of 
Miscellaneous sale, October 17, 1921. 

This contains a Christmas letter, "The Ballad of Bitterness," by 
Kipling (sixteen stanzas, eleven of which are reproduced). 



I 



1922] THE KING'S PILGRIMAGE 407 

468 
THE FIRST ASSAULT UPON THE SORBONNE 

The First Assault upon the Sorbonne (Le Premier 
Assaut Centre la Sorbonne) by Rudyard Kipling 
[ornament] Garden City, N. Y., and Toronto 
Doubleday, Page & Company 1922 

Duodecimo. Issued in brown boards, white vellum back, the 
front cover lettered in gold, untrimmed, gilt top. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 24. — Blank leaf, limit notice, fore- 
title in English and French, title in English and French 
with copyright notice and imprint on verso, 4 leaves; fly- 
title in English and French, text, the French on versos 
beginning on verso of fly-title, the English on rectos, pp. i- 
21; blank leaf. 

Fifty copies were printed. 

This story was printed in Paris in V Information XJniversitaire^ De- 
cember 21, 1921. 



THE KING'S PILGRIMAGE 
469 

AMERICAN EDITION 

The King's Pilgrimage By Rudyard Kipling [orna- 
ment] Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & 
Company 1922 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered in green from the types of the title-page. 



4o8 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1922 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
text, printed on one side only, 3 leaves; leaf at end with 
imprint on verso. 

The poem was printed in The Times and The Worlds New York, May 
15, 1922. 

470 
ENGLISH EDITION 

The King's Pilgrimage [photogravure] London: 
Hodder and Stoughton, Limited 1922 

Quarto. Issued in purple paper wrappers, the front cover let- 
tered in white, with a gold sword embossed on white. A 
strip of white paper is folded around the cover, lettered in 
purple: "The Profits from the sale of this book will, by his 
Majesty's desire, be distributed among the Philanthropic 
Organizations which have, for some time, been assisting the 
relatives to visit the Cemeteries abroad. Price 2/6 net." 

Collation: 54 leaves. — Blank leaf, fore-title, motto selected 
by Kiphng ''Their name liveth evermore," with photo- 
gravure on verso, title with note by the Imperial War 
Graves Commission and imprint on verso, 4 leaves; letter 
signed "George R. L," i leaf; poem "The King's Pilgrim- 
age," 2 leaves; stanza i, "Our King went forth on a pil- 
grimage," 3 leaves; illustrations, 8 leaves; stanza 11, "It 
was low and hollow ground where once the cities stood," 
4 leaves; illustrations, 8 leaves; stanza in, "It was bare 
and hilly ground where once the bread-corn grew," 6 leaves; 
illustrations, 12 leaves; stanza iv, "And there lay gentle- 
men from out of all the seas," 5 leaves; "The King's 
Thanks," i leaf. The prose is signed "Frank Fox." 

This was also issued in purple leather and in cloth. 



1922] A KIPLING ANTHOLOGY 409 

471 
KIPLING'S ADVICE TO "THE HAT" 

Kipling's Advice to "The Hat'* In Response to an 
Appeal from An Old-Timer of Medicine Hat, Al- 
berta [1922] 

Octavo. Issued in paper wrappers, untrimmed. A few copies 
were bound in gray paper wrappers ornamented with col- 
ored maple leaves, the remaining in wrappers with a bright 
red and yellow Indian design. 

Collation: 8 leaves. — Blank leaf, title, '*To the Reader" 
signed *'G. P. W., Shandygraft, New Year's Day, 1923," 
4 leaves; text of letter to Kipling from Francis F. Fatt, and 
Kipling's reply, dated December 9, 1910, 3 leaves; colo- 
phon with the Sign of The George on verso, i leaf. 

The letters appeared in the Medicine Hat News^ December 22, 1910. 

A KIPLING ANTHOLOGY 

472 

ENGLISH EDITION 

A Kipling Anthology Verse Methuen and Co. 
Limited 36 Essex Street London W. C. [1922] 

Small octavo. Issued in green cloth, top edges gilt, the front 
cover and back lettered and ornamented in gold. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 202, i leaf — Fore-title, title with 
date of publication on verso, contents, 8 leaves; fly-title, 
and text, pp. 1-201; imprint, p. 202; blank leaf. 

The English edition has a footnote on page 19 which is not in the 
American edition. 



4IO KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1922 

A Kipling Anthology Prose Macmillan and Co., 

Limited St. Martin's Street, London 1922 

Small octavo. Uniform with the Anthology of verse. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 192. — Fore- title with Kipling's de- 
vice on verso, title with "Copyright" and "Printed in 
Great Britain" on verso, foreword from Life's Handicap, 
3 leaves; fly-title, text, pp. 1-181; index, pp. 183-190. 
Advertisements, i leaf, to complete the signature. 

473 

AMERICAN EDITION 

A Kipling Anthology Verse [ornament] Garden 

City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 

1922 

Small octavo. Issued in green cloth, lettered in gold. 

Collation: 8 leaves, pp. 194. — Fore-title with list of books 
on verso, title printed in red and black with copyright 
notice and imprint on verso, contents, fly-tide, 8 leaves; 
text, pp. 1-192; blank leaf, to complete the signature. 

A Kipling Anthology Prose [ornament] Garden 

City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 

1922 

Small octavo. Uniform with the Anthology of verse. 

Collation: 5 leaves, pp. 140. — Fore-title with list of books 
on verso, title printed in red and black with copyright 
notice and imprint on verso, preface from Life's Handicap, 
contents, fly-title, 5 leaves; text, pp. 1-140. 



1922] FRAGMENTA CONDITA 411 

474 

KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY 

A Bibliography of the Works of Rudyard KipHng 
(1881-1921) by E. W. Martindell, M.A. (Oxon.), 
F.R.A.I. Barrister-at-Law. London The Book- 
man's Journal 173, Fleet Street, E. C. 4. New York 
James F. Drake, Inc. 1922 
Octavo. Issued in black cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 7 leaves, pp. 114. — Leaf with limit notice and 
dedication on verso, fore-title, title, preface, contents, list 
of facsimiles, 7 leaves; fly-title, text, pp. i-iii; imprint, 
p. 112. Advertisements, i leaf A slip with ** Addenda et 
Corrigenda" is pasted on the first leaf of the contents. 

Among the facsimiles are the "Letter to the Budget," which had 
been reprinted in 1899 by Mansfield & Wessels, "Editorial" 
from The United Services College Chronicle^ and four lines of verse 
and a drawing, from the copy of Echoes that Kipling sent to 
Westward Ho ! 

475 

FRAGMENTA CONDITA 

Fragmenta Condita: The Unrecorded Portion of 
my Kipling Collection. (Appendix to '*A Bibli- 
ography of the Works of Rudyard Kipling.") By 
E. W. Martindell. M.A. (Oxon.), F.R.A.I., Bar- 
rister-at-Law. Privately Printed. Ashford, Middle- 
sex. 1922. 



412 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1922 

Octavo sheets, to be bound in at the end of the Bibliography. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 56. — Fore-title with limit notice 
on verso, title, dedication with quotation from Henry- 
Van Dyke on verso, foreword with list of plates on verso, 
4 leaves; fly-title to Part i, and text, pp. 1-53; blank leaf. 

Parts I, II, and iii were incorporated in the second edition of the 
Bibliography, 1923. Part iv contains uncollected verses and 
prose: 

A Legend of Devonshire. 
De Profundis. (A Ballade of Bitterness.) 
The Pillow-Fight. 
Index Malorum. 

A Mistake. By R***** B*******. 
Waytinge. 

Told in "the Dormitory. By A***** x*******. 
Romance and Reality. 
The Knight Errant. 
Fables for the Young. 
The above ten are reprinted from T^he United Services College 
Chronicle. 
In Partibus. 

The Civil £5? Military Gazette, December 23, 1889; Abaft the 

Funnel, 1909. 
Verses written as a prologue to a collection of magazine articles 

and poems. 

A Catalogue of the Library of Edmund Gosse, 1893. 
The Quest. 

A Book of Beauty, 1896. 
Zogbaum. (Rear-Admiral Evans, U. S. Navy.) 

A Ken of Kipling; Navy Annual, 1899. 
G. W. Stevens. 

The Friend, March 24, 1900; War's Brighter Side, 1901. 
A Birthday Greeting. 

The Friend, March 29, 19C0; War's Brighter Side, 1901. 
A New Auld Lang Syne. 

The Daily Mail, April 20; The Cornhill Booklet, August, 1900. 
The Outsider. 

The Daily Express, June 19, 1900. 



1923] REMEMBERED YESTERDAYS 413 

Sons of the Land. 

Lloyd's Newspaper^ April 21, 1901. 
No. XXVII. 

Helio-Tropes, or New Posies for Sundials, 1904. 

476 

KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY 

SECOND EDITION 

A Bibliography of the Works of Rudyard Kipling 

(1881-1923) By E. W. Martindell A New Edition 

much enlarged Illustrated with 52 plates London: 

John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd 1923 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 10 leaves, pp. 224. — Leaf with limit notice, fore- 
title, title with imprint on verso, dedication, preface to 
new edition, preface to first edition, contents, list of illus- 
trations, ** Addenda et Corrigenda," 10 leaves; fly-title, 
text, pp. 1-203; index, pp. 205-222; blank leaf. 

This contains many facsimiles of inscriptions in presentation copies, 
verses omitted from poems when collected, letters, omitted por- 
tions from the early books, and other Kipling material. 

Fifty copies were printed on hand-made paper, bound in white 
buckram, with five additional plates. 

477 

REMEMBERED YESTERDAYS 

Remembered Yesterdays By Robert Underwood 
Johnson with illustrations [device] Boston Little, 
Brown, and Company 1923 

Octavo. Issued in cloth, untrimmed, the front cover and 
back lettered in gold. 



414 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1923 

Collation: pp. xxii, 624. — Fore-title, title, dedication, quota- 
tion, foreword, contents, list of illustrations, pp. i-xxii; 
text and index, pp. 1-624; 35 plates. Kipling letter, with 
facsimile, pp. 398, 399. 



LAND AND SEA TALES 
478 

AMERICAN EDITION 

Land and Sea Tales for Boys and Girls by Rudyard 
Kipling [ornament] Garden City New York Double- 
day, Page & Company 1923 
Octavo. Issued in blue cloth, untrimmed. 

Collation: 7 leaves, pp. 322, i leaf. — Blank leaf, fore-title 
with list of books on verso, title printed within red and 
black lines with device and copyright notices on verso, 3 
leaves; preface, contents, fly-title, pp. v-xii; text, pp. i- 
322; blank leaf. Pictorial end papers in blue and white, 
with the devices and designs used to ornament Kipling's 
books published by Doubleday, Page & Co. 

Contents 
Prefatory Poem. 
Winning the Victoria Cross. 

T^he Youth's Companion and Windsor Magazine ^ June, 1897. 
The Way that He Took. 

The Daily Express^ June 12, 13, 14; Cosmopolitan^ November 

and December, 1900. 
An Unqualified Pilot. 

Windsor Magazine^ February, 1895; Appleton's Advanced 

Reader, 191 2. 
The Junk and the Dhow. 
His Gift. 
Prologue to the Master-Cook's Tale. 



1923] LAND AND SEA TALES 415 

A Flight of Fact. 

Cosmopolitan^ and Nash's Magazines ^ June, 191 8. 
"Stalky." 

Windsor y and McClures Magazines^ December, 1898. 
The Hour of the Angel. 
The Burning of the 'Sarah Sands.* 

The Youth's Companion and Black and White^ Christmas 

number, 1898. 
The Last Lap. 
The Parable of Boy Jones. 

'T^he Rifleman^ July 15, 1910. 
A Departure. 
The Bold 'Prentice. 

The Youth's Companion^ September 10, 1895; The Day*s 

Work, Edition de Luxe, 1899; Appleton's Advanced Reader. 
The Nurses. 

College Echoes^ St. Andrews University magazine, October, 

1923. 
The Son of his Father. 

The Civil £5? Military Gazette, January; Harper s Weekly, 

To-day, December and January, 1894; The Day's Work, 

Edition de Luxe, 1899; For Britain's Soldiers, 1900. 
An English School. 

The Youth's Companion, October 19, 1893. 
A Counting-Out Song. 

The Scout edition. Land and Sea Tales for Scouts and Scoutmasters, 
was issued in 1924. It is the same text, but is printed on cheaper 
paper, with no lining papers, and bound in red cloth with black 
stamping. 

479 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Land and Sea Tales For Scouts and Guides By 
Rudyard Kipling Commissioner, Boy Scouts Mac- 
millan and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, Lon- 
don, 1923 



4l6 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1923 

Square octavo. Issued in red cloth, trimmed. 

Collation: 4 leaves, pp. 284. — Fore-title with device on 
verso, title with ''Copyright" and "Printed in Great 
Britain" on verso, prefatory poem, and contents, 4 leaves; 
fly-title, text, pp. 1-282. Advertisements, i leaf, to com- 
plete the signature. 

The contents is the same as in the American edition. 



480 

HUNTERIAN FESTIVAL ADDRESS 

Address By Rudyard Kipling At the Annual Dinner 
of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, Febru- 
ary 14, 1923 [ornament] Garden City New York 
Doubleday, Page & Company 1923 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-7; publisher's ornament, p. 8. 

The speech was delivered at the Hunterian Festival, February 14, 
1923. It was printed in the London newspapers, February 15, 
and in T^he Lancet^ February 24, 1923. 

481 

WHY SNOW FALLS AT VERNET 

Why Snow Falls at Vernet. A Legend of St. Satur- 
nia. [ornament] By Rudyard Kipling. [1923] 

Octavo. Issued in cream-colored paper wrappers, with title 
on the front cover and with ** Four copies only have been 



1923] THE IRISH GUARDS 417 

printed solely for presentation. This copy is No. ..." on 
verso. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Fly-title "Why Snow Falls at Vernet. 
A Legend of St. Saturnia," with verso blank, i leaf; text, 
pp. 3-7; ornaments at the foot of pp. 7 and 8. 

This is a reprint of the story taken from Pages From The Merry 
Thought, May, 191 1. It was printed in England. 



THE IRISH GUARDS 

482 

ENGLISH EDITION 

The Irish Guards In The Great War Edited and 
Compiled from their diaries and papers by Rud- 
yard Kipling Volume I [Volume II. The Second 
Battalion and Appendices] The First Battalion 
Macmillan and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, 
London 1923 

Royal octavo. Issued in red cloth, lettered on the back, the 
star of the Irish Guard printed in gold on the front cover, 
top edges gilt. 

Collation: 

Vol. i: 8 leaves, pp. 344. — Fore-title with publisher's 
device and imprint on verso, title with copyright notice 
on verso, 2 leaves; introduction, pp. v-xiv; contents and 
list of maps, pp. xv, xvi; text, pp. 1-344; 7 maps. 
Vol. II; 3 leaves, pp. 312. — Fore-title, title, contents, list 
of maps, 3 leaves; text, pp. 1-3 10. Advertisements, i 
leaf, a part of the last signature; 4 maps. 

The beautiful maps were designed and engraved by Emery Walker. 



4l8 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1923 

483 

AMERICAN EDITION 

The Irish Guards In The Great War Edited and 
Compiled from their Diaries and Papers by Rud- 
yard KipHng [ornament] Vol. I. The First Bat- 
talion [Vol. II. The Second Battalion and Appen- 
dices] Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & 
Company 1923 

Royal octavo. Issued in black cloth, with white label lettered 
in black on the back, and the star of the Irish Guards 
printed in gold on the front cover, untrimmed, top edges 
gilt. 

Collation: 

Vol. i: 9 leaves, pp. ^^6. — Fore-title with list of Kiphng's 
books on verso, title printed in red and black with Kipling's 
device and copyright notices on verso, contents, list of 
maps, 4 leaves; introduction, pp. ix-xvi; fly- title, i leaf; 
text, pp. 1-334; blank leaf; 7 maps. 

Vol.11: 5 leaves, pp. 308. — Fore-title, title printed in 
red and black with Kipling's device and copyright notices 
on verso, contents, list of maps, fly-title, 5 leaves; text, 
pp. 1-307; 4 maps. 

The New York Times, magazine section, issued The Irish Guards, 
ten numbers, May 27 to July 29, 1923. It was included in the 
Outward Bound edition. 

484 

KIPLING CALENDAR 

Kipling Calendar Hodder and Stoughton Limited 
London, E. C. 4 [1923] 



1923] INDEPENDENCE 419 

Small quarto, measuring 6J by 44 inches. Issued In bright 
blue cloth, the front cover and back lettered and orna- 
mented in gold. 

Collation: pp. 100. — Blank leaf, fore-title, title with imprint 
on verso, 3 leaves; text, pp. 7-100. 

This includes quotations from prose and poetry of dates as late as 
1923. An edition was also printed in America by Doubleday, 
Page & Co. 

INDEPENDENCE 
485 

COPYRIGHT EDITION 

Independence Rectorial Address at St. Andrews By 
Rudyard Kipling (October lo, 1923) [ornament] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1923 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered in green' from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: pp. 20. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-16; publisher's device, p. 17; blank leaf. 

The speech was delivered October 10, and printed in the English 
newspapers immediately. College Echoes^ the St. Andrews Uni- 
versity magazine, October 26, 1923, contains this speech, "Let- 
ter of Thanks from the Rector" dated October 18, 1923, and Kip- 
Hng's speech at the reopening of the Men's Union, October 11. 

486 

ENGLISH EDITION 

Independence Rectorial Address delivered at St. 
Andrews, October 10, 1923 by Rudyard Kipling 



420 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1923 

Macmillan and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, 
London. 1923. 

Small octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered from the types of the title-page. It was also issued 
in red cloth, the front cover lettered in gold "Indepen- 
dence Rudyard Kipling St. Andrews 1923." 

Collation: pp. 32. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-32. 

The Year Book of the London School for Printing and Kindred 
Trades, 1923-24, contains "Independence." 

487 

SECOND AMERICAN EDITION 

Independence Rectorial Address Delivered at St. 
Andrews October 10, 1923 by Rudyard Kipling 
[ornament] Garden City New York Doubleday, 
Page & Company 1924 

Octavo. Issued in sage-green boards, the front cover lettered 
in green upon a white paper label; sage-green wrapper 
with portrait of Kipling on the front. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 34. — Fore-title with list of books on 
verso, title printed in red and black with Kipling's device, 
copyright notice and imprint on verso, fly- title, 3 leaves; 
text, pp. 1-33; p. 34 is blank. 

488 

ADDRESS AT DUNDEE 

Address by Rudyard Kipling At University Col- 
lege, Dundee, October 12, 1923 [ornament] Garden 
City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 1923 



1923] LIFE OF MRS. HUMPHRY WARD 421 

Octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, pp. 3-7; ornament, p. 8. 

489 
LONDON STONE 

London Town [Stone] By Rudyard Kipling (No- 
vember II, 191 8-1923) [ornament] Garden City 
New York Doubleday, Page & Company 1923 
See reproduction of title-page. 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered in green from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 2 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text, i leaf, printed on both sides. 

The poem was published with the title "London Town" in the 
American Sunday newspapers for November 11, 1923, which were 
sold on the streets the night before. 

490 

THE LIFE OF MRS. HUMPHRY WARD 

The Life of Mrs. Humphry Ward by her daughter 
Janet Penrose Trevelyan Author of ''A Short 
History of the Itahan People" New York Dodd, 
Mead and Company 1923 

Octavo. Issued in cloth. 

Collation: 6 leaves, pp. 318. — Fore-title, title with "Printed 
in Great Britain by Butler & Tanner Ltd. Frome and 



LONDON TOWN 

BY 

RUDYARD KIPLING 

(NOVEMBER ii, 1918-1923) 




Garden City New York 

DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY 

1923 



1924] THE JANEITES 423 

London" on verso, dedication with author's note on verso, 
contents, list of illustrations, 6 leaves; text, pp. 1-317; p. 
318 is blank; portrait of Mrs. Ward, inserted. Letter from 
Kipling, p. 117. 

This was published in England, also. 



491 

THE GUIDING BOOK 

The Guiding Book Dedicated to the Girlhood of 
many Countries and to all those with a Heart still 
young [device of the Girl Guides] Edited by Ann 
Kindersley Hodder and Stoughton Limited London 

[1923] 

Quarto. Issued in cloth, the front cover lettered in black, and 
ornamented with the Standard of Girlhood in colors. 

Collation: pp. 168. — Kipling's poem, "To the True Ro- 
mance," pp. 5-17; 18 plates. 

The poem was first published in Many Inventions, 1893; and was 
included in The Seven Seas, 1896. 

492 

THE JANEITES 

May 1924 35 cents Hearst's International [plate 

by W. T. Benda] A New Story Every Month By 

Kipling. 

Quarto, measuring 8| by 6| inches. Eight unnumbered leaves. 

This pamphlet, issued for advertising purposes, is a reproduction of 
the front cover oi Hearst's International Magazine for May, 1894, 



4^4 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1924 

and of the text and plates of "The Janeites" by Kipling, re- 
duced about one fourth in size. 
The text begins on verso of the front cover. The lower fourth of 
the last page contains, below the text, a portrait of Kipling and 
advertisements of the magazine and Kipling's books. 



493 

TWO BREITMANN BALLADS 

Two Breitmann Ballads By Rudyard Kipling Bom- 
bay, [c. 1924] 
Folio. Issued in paper wrappers, measuring ii| by 8f inches. 

Collation: pp.8. — Title on the front cover; text, pp. 1-8. On 
recto of the back wrapper, at the top, is a note of five lines, 
and at the bottom, *'Ahkbar I am Press." 
The two ballads are: 

Hans Breitmann as an Administrator. 

The Pioneer^ September 15; The Civil ^ Military Gazette, 

September 18; The Pioneer Mail^ September 19, 1888. 
How Breitmann Became President on the Bicycle Ticket. 

The New York World, April 26, 1896. This was not published 

in India. 

The pamphlet was probably printed in England, in 1924. 



494 

SONGS FOR YOUTH 

Songs For Youth from Collected Verse by Rudyard 
Kipling with Illustrations by Leo Bates Hodder 
and Stoughton Limited London [1924] 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, trimmed. 



1924] SONGS FOR YOUTH 425 

Collation: pp. 244. — Fore-title with colored frontispiece on 
verso, title with imprint on verso, contents, and list of il- 
lustrations, pp. 1-8; text, pp. 9-243; p. 244 is blank; 8 
colored plates. 

This was issued also by Doubleday, Page & Co., 1925. 

Contents 

Mary's Son. 

To the True Romance. 

Cold Iron. 

Puck's Song. 

The Thousandth Man. 

"Gunga Din." 

The Sea and the Hills. 

The Ballad of East and West. 

The Roman Centurion's Song. 

" Fuzzy-Wuzzy." 

The Law of the Jungle. 

Bridge-Guard in the Karroo. 

"Fordo' Kabul River." 

The Secret of the Machines. 

Hunting-Song of the Seeonee Pack. 

The Legend of Mirth. 

The Way through the Woods. 

The Derelict. 

An Astrologer's Song. 

A School Song. 

The Heritage. 

The Story of Ung. 

A Smuggler's Song. 

A Song in Storm. 

The King's Task. 

The Last Chantey. 

The Ballad of Minepit Shaw. 

Song of the Men's Side. 

Rhyme of the Three Sealers. 

The Sons of Martha. 

The Jester. 

Last Rhyme of True Thomas. 



426 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1924 

King Henry VII and the Shipwrights. 

"Mandalay." 

Merrow Down. 

The Feet of the Young Men. 

Song of the Red War-Boat. 

A Tree Song. 

The Overland Mail. 

The Lowestoft Boat. 

The Song of the Banjo. 

Big Steamers. 

The King. 

Mine-Sweepers. 

The Glory of the Garden. 

Road-Song of the Bandar-Log. 

McAndrew's Hymn. 

A Song to Mithras. 

The Explorer. 

Eddi's Service. 

The Land. 

If—. 

The Ballad of the "Bolivar." 

The Wage-Slaves. 

The Children's Song. 

THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY 

495 

Chamber of Shipping of the United Kingdom. 
Annual Banquet Speeches. Friday, 20th February, 
1925. In the Chair: Mr. John Denholm, President 
of the Chamber. 

Octavo. Issued in gray paper wrappers, the title on the front 

cover, the imprint on the back. 
Collation : pp. 32. — List of toasts, p. i ; text of speeches, pp. 

3-32. Kipling's speech, pp. 15-20. 

The speech was delivered in this form only to the guests who at- 
tended the banquet. 



1925] A CHOICE OF SONGS 427 

496 

The Shipping Industry Report of Speech by Mr. 
Rudyard KipHng, LL.D. At the Annual Dinner 
of the Chamber of Shipping of the United Kingdom 
Friday, 20th February, 1925 [ornament] Garden 
City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 1925 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front cover 
lettered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 4 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; speech, pp. 3-7; ornament, p. 8. 

497 
CHARTRES WINDOWS 

Chartres Windows By Rudyard Kipling [orna- 
ment] Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & 
Company 1925 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 2 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, i 
leaf; text with ornament on verso, i leaf. 

The poem appeared, with an article on stained glass by Perceval 
Landon, in T^he Daily "Telegraphy April 15, 1925. 

A CHOICE OF SONGS 

498 

A Choice of Songs By Rudyard Kipling [ornament] 
Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Com- 
pany 1925 



428 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1925 

Octavo. Issued in pale-yellow paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered from the types of the title-page. 

Collation: 2 leaves. — Title with copyright notice on verso, 
I leaf; text with ornament on verso, i leaf. 

499 

A Choice of Songs From the Verse of Rudyard 
Kipling [ornament] Methuen & Co. Ltd. 36 Essex 
Street W. C. London [1925] 

Small octavo. Issued in yellow paper wrappers, the front 
cover lettered in black. 

Collation: 5 leaves, pp. 66, 1 leaves. — Blank leaf, fore-title, 
title with "First published in 1925" and ** Printed in 
Great Britain" on verso, introductory poem "A Choice of 
Songs," contents with note by Kipling on verso, 5 leaves; 
text, pp. 1-66; leaf with imprint on verso; blank leaf. 

Contents 
A Choice of Songs. 

Separately for copyright purposes, 1925. 
Sestina of the Tramp-Royal. (The Seven Seas.) 
The Native-Born. (The Seven Seas.) 
The Roman Centurion's Song. (A History of England.) 
The Explorer. (The Five Nations.) 
The Way through the Woods. (Rewards and Fairies.) 
The Last Chantey. (The Seven Seas.) 
The Wet Litany. (Traffics and Discoveries.) 
The English Flag. (Barrack-Room Ballads.) 
A Charm. (Rewards and Fairies.) 
The Song of the Banjo. (The Seven Seas.) 
The Young Queen. (The Five Nations.) 
The Neutral. (The Years Between.) 
Runnymede. (A History of England.) 
Sussex. (The Five Nations.) 

The Return of the Children. (Traffics and Discoveries.) 
A Carol. (Rewards and Fairies.) 



1925] THE POTTED PRINCESS 429 

A St, Helena Lullaby. (The Years Between.) 

A Nativity. (The Years Between.) 

The Children's Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 

The Merchantmen. (The Seven Seas.) 

The Song of Diego Valdez. (The Five Nations.) 

Big Steamers. (A History of England.) 

Puck's Song. (Puck of Pook's Hill.) 

"The Power of the Dog." (Actions and Reactions.) 

The Sea and the Hills. (The Five Nations.) 

The Recall. (Actions and Reactions.) 

The Land. (A Diversity of Creatures.) 

"For to Admire." (The Seven Seas.) 

"My New-Cut Ashlar." (Life's Handicap.) 

Recessional. (The Five Nations.) 



500 

THE LIFE OF SIR WILLIAM OSLER 

The Life of Sir William Osier by Harvey Gushing 

Vol. I [quotation, 6 lines] [Vol. II quotation, 8 

lines] Oxford at the Clarendon Press 1925 

Large octavo. Issued in cloth. 

Collation: 

Vol. i: 8 leaves, pp. 686, i leaf. 
Vol. 11: 6 leaves, pp. 728. 

Volume I contains several references to Kipling; volume 11 contains 
many references to Kipling and three letters from him to Sir 
William Osier. 

THE POTTED PRINCESS 

The Potted Princess Rudyard Kipling [orna- 
ment] New York Privately Printed 1925 



430 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1925 

Octavo. Issued in gray boards, untrimmed. 

Collation: 5 leaves, pp. 16, 3 leaves. — 3 blank leaves; fore- 
title, title with note on verso, 2 leaves; text, pp. 1-16; 
3 blank leaves. 

Sixty-six copies were printed for private presentation. The story 
was published in *S'/. Nicholas ^ January, 1893, and has not been 
collected. 



502 

COLLAR-WALLAH AND THE POISON STICK 

Collah-Wallah and the Poison Stick Rudyard Kip- 
ling [ornament] New York Privately Printed 1925 

Octavo. Issued in gray boards, untrimmed. 

Collation: 3 leaves, pp. 24, i leaf. — Blank leaf, fore-title, 
title with note on verso, 3 leaves; text, pp. 1-24; blank leaf. 

Sixty-six copies were printed for private presentation. The title is 
misprinted "Collah-Wallah" for "Collar-Wallah" on the front 
cover, fore-title, and title-page. 

The story was published in St. Nicholas, February, 1893, and has not 
been collected. 

'THEY' AND THE BRUSHWOOD BOY 

*They' and The Brushwood Boy by Rudyard Kip- 
Hng with Illustrations by F. H. Townsend Mac- 
millan and Co., Limited St. Martin's Street, Lon- 
don 1925 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, lettered in gold, gilt top, 
trimmed. 






1926] ON DRY-COW FISHING 431 

Collation: pp. 160. — Fore-title with imprint on verso, title 
with copyright notice on verso, list of illustrations, 4 
leaves; fly-title "They," with the poem "The Return of 
the Children" on verso, and text, pp. 9-70; fly-title "The 
Brushwood Boy," and text, pp. 71-160; 27 plates. 

"They" is printed from the plates of 1905, and "The Brushwood 
Boy" from those of 1907. 



ON DRY-COW FISHING 

On Dry-Cow Fishing As a Fine Art by Rudyard 

Kipling [vignette] Cleveland The Rowfant Club 

1926 

Duodecimo. Issued in boards, untrimmed. 

Collation: 5 leaves, pp. 14, 2 leaves. — 2 blank leaves; fore- 
title, title, editorial note, 3 leaves; text, pp. 1-13; colophon, 
p. 14; 2 blank leaves. Colored vignette on title-page, at 
top of the first page of text, and at end. 

One hundred and seventy-six copies were printed for The Rowfant 

Club by Bruce Rogers. 
The story was published in 'The Fishing Gazette, December, 1890. It 

was reprinted with Kipling's permission. 



COLLECTED EDITIONS 



OUTWARD BOUND EDITION 

The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kip- 
ling. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1897- 
1923. 

Octavo. 30 volumes. Issued in red cloth, the last few vol- 
umes in brown, ornamented and lettered in gilt. On the 
front cover is a white seal, the elephant-headed Ganesha 
with lotus and swastika. The same seal is printed in brown 
on the title-pages. 

Each volume contains fore-title, title, contents, and list of 
illustrations. 

Songs from Books was not issued in this edition. 

Kipling read the proofs and revised the text for this edition, which 

was published before the Edition de Luxe. Two hundred and 

four copies were printed on Japan paper. 

Vol. I. 1897. Plain Tales from the Hills. Portrait and four 
plates. 

Contents 
Publisher's Note. 

Preface to the Outward Bound edition. 
Introduction to the Outward Bound edition. 
Lispeth. 

Three and — an Extra. 
Thrown Away. 
Miss Yougal's Sais. 
"Yoked with an Unbeliever." 
False Dawn. 
The Rescue of Pluffles. 
Cupid's Arrows. 
His Chance in Life. 
Watches of the Night. 



1897] OUTWARD BOUND EDITION 433 

The Other Man. 
Consequences. 

The Conversion of Aurelian McGoggln. 
A Germ-Destroyer. 
Kidnapped. 

The Arrest of Lieutenant Golightly. 
In the House of Suddhoo. 
His Wedded Wife. 
The Broken-Link Handicap. 
Beyond the Pale. 
In Error. 
A Bank Fraud. 
Tod's Amendment. 
In the Pride of his Youth. 
Pig. 

The Rout of the White Hussars. 
The Bronckhorst Divorce-Case. 
Venus Annodomini. 
The Bisara of Pooree. 
A Friend's Friend. 
The Gate of the Hundred Sorrows. 
The Story of Muhammad Din. 
On the Strength of a Likeness. 
Wressley of the Foreign Office. 
By Word of Mouth. 
To be Filed for Reference. 
Two stories had not been collected before: 
Bitters Neat. 

i:he Civil ^ Military Gazette, April 19, 1887. 
Haunted Subalterns. 

"the Civil ^ Military Gazette, May 27, 1887. 

Vol. II. 1897. Soldiers Three and Military Tales. Part i. 
Three plates. 

Contents 

The Three Musketeers. 
The Taking of Lungtungpen. 
Madness of Private Ortheris. 
The Daughter of the Regiment. 
The above four stories are from Plain Tales from the Hills. 



434 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1897 

The Solid Muldoon. 

The God from the Machine. 

With the Main Guard. 

Black Jack. 

Private Learoyd's Story. 
The above five stories are from Soldiers Three. 

The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney. 

The Courting of Dinah Shadd. 

On Greenhow Hill. 
The above three stories are from Life's Handicap. 

His Private Honour. 

My Lord the Elephant. 
The above two stories are from Many Inventions. 

All the stories in which Mulvaney, Ortheris, and Learoyd appear are 
collected in volumes 11 and iii. 



Vol. III. 1897. Soldiers Three and Military Tales. Part 11. 

Three plates. 

Contents 

The Big Drunk Draf. 

In the Matter of a Private. 
The above two stories are from Soldiers Three. 

The Mutiny of the Mavericks. 

The Man Who Was. 
The above two stories are from Life's Handicap. 

" Love-o'-Women." 

The Lost Legion. 

Judson and the Empire. 

A Conference of the Powers. 
The above four stories are from Many Inventions. 

Only a Subaltern. 

From Under the Deodars. 

The Drums of the Fore and Aft. 
From Wee Willie Winkie. 

Vol. IV. 1897. In Black and White; Stories of Native Life 
in India. Three plates. 



1897] OUTWARD BOUND EDITION 435 

Contents 

Preface. 

Dray Wara Yow Dee. 

The Judgment of Dungara. 

At Howli Thana. 

In Flood Time. 

The Sending of Dana Da. 

At Twenty-two. 

Gemini. 

On the City Wall. 
The above eight stories are from In Black and White. 

Namgay Doola. 

"The City of Dreadful Night." 

The Finances of the Gods. 

Moti Guj — Mutineer. 

Without Benefit of Clergy. 

Naboth. 

Through the Fire. 

The Head of the District. 

The Amir's Homily. 

Jews in Shushan. 

Little Tobrah. 

Limitations of Pambe Serang. 

Georgie Porgie. 
The above thirteen stories are from Life's Handicap. 

One View of the Question. 
From Many Inventions. 

The Enlightenments of Pagett, M.P. 

'The Contemporary Review, September, 1890. 

Vol. V. 1897. The Phantom 'Rickshaw and Other Stories. 
Three plates. 

Contents 

The Phantom 'Rickshaw. 
The Man Who Would be King. 
My Own True Ghost Story. 
The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes. 
The above four stories are from The Phantom 'Rickshaw. 



436 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1897 

Bubbling Well Road. 

Bertran and Bimi. 

Reingelder and the German Flag. 

The Mark of the Beast. 

The Return of Imray. 

The Wandering Jew. 

At the End of the Passage. 
The above seven stories are from Life's Handicap. 

**The Finest Story in the World." 

A Matter of Fact. 

The Disturber of Traffic. 

The Children of the Zodiac. 
The above four stories are from Many Inventions. 

The Pit that They Digged. 

The Track of a Lie. 
The above two stories are from Under the Deodars, 1895. 

Of Those Called. 

From Soldiers Three, The Story of the Gadsbys, etc., 1895. 

All the stories from Many Inventions and Life's Handicap were 
incorporated in volumes ii-v. 

Vol. VI. 1897. Under the Deodars. The Story of the Gadsbys. 
Wee Willie Winkie. Three plates. 

Contents 

The Education of Otis Yeere. 
A Second-Rate Woman. 
A Wayside Comedy. 
At the Pit's Mouth. 
The Hill of Illusion. 
The above five stories are from Under the Deodars. 
Poor Dear Mamma. 
The World Without. 
The Tents of Kedar. 
With any Amazement. 
The Garden of Eden. 
Fatima. 
The Valley of the Shadow. 



1897] OUTWARD BOUND EDITION 437 

The Swelling of Jordan. 
The above eight stories are from The Story of the Gadsbys. 

Wee Willie Winkie. 
His Majesty the King. 
Baa Baa, Black Sheep. 
The above three stories are from Wee Willie Winkie. 

Mrs. Hauksbee Sits Out. 

T^he Illustrated London News, Christmas number, 1890. 

Vol. VII. 1897. The Jungle Book. Eight plates. 

Contents 

Mowgli's Brothers. 
Hunting Song. 

Kaa's Hunting. 

Road-Song of the Bandar-Log. 

How Fear Came. 

The Law of the Jungle. 
"Tiger! Tiger!" 

Mowgli's Song. 
Letting in the Jungle. 

Mowgli's Song against People. 

The King's Ankus. 

The Song of the Little Hunter. 

Red Dog. 

Chil's Song. 

The Spring Running. 
The Out Song. 

In the Rukh. 

From Many Inventions. 

Vol. VIII. 1897. The Second Jungle Book. Three plates. 

Contents 
*'Rikki-Tikki-Tavi." 
Darzee's Chaunt. 



438 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1897 

The White Seal. 
Lukannon. 

Toomai of the Elephants. 
Shiv and the Grasshopper. 

Quiquern. 

"Angutivaun Tain a." 

The Undertakers. 
A Ripple Song. 

The Miracle of Purun Bhagat. 
A Song of Kabir. 

Her Majesty's Servants. 

Parade-Song of the Camp Animals. 

Vol. IX. 1897. The Light that Failed. 
The text was revised for this edition. 

Vol. X. 1897. TheNaulahka. 



Vol. XI. 1897. Verses 1 889-1 1 

Contents 

Barrack-Room Ballads and Other Verses, 1 889-1 891. 

L'Envoi, "My new-cut ashlar takes the light," from Life's 

Handicap. 
The Seven Seas and Barrack-Room Ballads, 1 891-1896. 

Vol. XII. 1898. "Captains Courageous." 

Dedication to James Conland, M.D., and quotation from Long- 
fellow. 

Vol. XIII. 1899. The Day's Work. Part i. Three plates. 

Contents 

The Bridge Builders. 
A Walking Delegate. 



I900] OUTWARD BOUND EDITION 439 

The Ship that Found Herself. 

The Tomb of his Ancestors. 

The Devil and the Deep Sea. 

William the Conqueror. Part i. 

William the Conqueror. Part 11. 

The Son of his Father. 

Harpers Weekly ^ To-day ^ December, 1893, and January, 
1894; The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ January, 1894; For 
Britain's Soldiers, 1900. 

Vol. XIV. 1899. The Day's Work. Part 11. Three plates. 

Contents 
Foreword. 
.007. 

The Maltese Cat. 
"Bread upon the Waters." 
The Lang Men o' Larut. 
An Error in the Fourth Dimension. 
My Sunday at Home. 
The Brushwood Boy. 
"Brugglesmith." 
Record of Badalia Herodsfoot. 
The above two stories are from Many Inventions. 
The Wreck of the Visigoth. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette ^ April 25, 1889. 

Vol. XV. 1900. From Sea to Sea. Part i. Three plates. 

Contents 
Preface. 

Letters of Marque. 
From Sea to Sea. Chapters i-xx. 

A publisher's note, printed in red, is pasted on the blank leaf facing 
the fore-title, stating that the illustrations for From Sea to Sea 
and Stalky & Co. were not by J. L. Kipling. Gordon Browne, 
the son of Hablot K. Browne ("Phiz"), made those for Stalky & 
Co. at Kipling's request. 



440 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1900 

Vol. XVI. 1900. From Sea to Sea. Part 11. Three plates. 

Contents 

From Sea to Sea. Chapters xxi-xxxvii. 

The City of Dreadful Night. 

Among the Railway Folk. 

The Giridih Coal-Fields. 

In an Opium Factory. 

The Smith Administration. 

Vol. XVII. 1900. Early Verse. 

Contents 
Schoolboy Lyrics. 1879-1882. 

Poems reprinted from T'he United Services College Chronicle: 
"Donee gratus eram." 

The Boar of the Year. (The Ride of the Schools.) 
The Battle of Assaye. 
On Fort-Duty. 
Inscribed in a Presentation Copy of Echoes to the Common- 

Room. 
The Song of the Exiles. 
The Jam-Pot. (The Worst of It.) 
Ave Imperatrix. 
Echoes. 1882-1884. 
Departmental Ditties and Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads. 

1884-1890. 
The Man and the Shadow. 

The Week's News^ February 4, 1888. 
Other Verses. 

Poems from The Civil ^ Military Gazette^ The Pioneer^ The 
Pioneer Mail^ and The Week's News: 
A Levee in the Plains. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette ^ May 26, 1886. 
"O Baal, Hear Us!" 

The Pioneer^ July 19; The Pioneer Mail, July 22, 1888. 
The Plaint of the Junior Civilian. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, January 7, 1887. 
Our Lady of Rest. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette, June 15, 1886. 



1903] OUTWARD BOUND EDITION 441 

For the Women. 

• 'J'he Civil ^ Military Gazette y February 18; The Pioneer y 

February 22, 1887. 
Carmen Simlaense. 

The Civil ^ Military Gazette ^ October 20, 1885. 
A Ballade of Bad Entertainment (Dak-Bungalows). 

The Week's News, February 11, 1888. 
"New Lamps for Old." 

The Pioneer, January i ; The Pioneer Mail, January 2, 

1889. 

Vol. XVIII. 1900. Stalky & Co. Three plates. 

Contents 

"Let us now praise famous men." 

"In Ambush." 

Slaves of the Lamp. Part i. 

An Unsavoury Interlude. 

The Impressionists. 

The Moral Reformers. 

A Little Prep. 

The Flag of their Country. 

The Last Term. 

Slaves of the Lamp. Part 11. 

Vol. XIX. 1902. Kim. Ten plates by J. L. Kipling. 

Vol. XX. 1903. Just-So Stories for Little Children. 

Contents 

How the Whale Got his Throat. 
How the Camel Got his Hump. 
How the Rhinoceros Got his Skin. 
How the Leopard Got his Spots. 
The Elephant's Child. 
The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo. 
The Beginning of the Armadillos. 
How the First Letter Was Written. 
How the Alphabet Was Made. 



442 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1903 

The Crab that Played with the Sea. 
The Cat that Walked by Himself. 
The Tabu Tale. 

Windsor Magazine^ September, 1903. 
The Butterfly that Stamped. 

Vol. XXI. 1903. The Five Nations. 

Vol. xxii. 1904. Traffics and Discoveries. Three plates. 

Contents 

Masjid-al-Aqsa of Sayyid Ahmed (Wahabi). 

The Captive. 

Poseidon's Law. 

The Bonds of Discipline. 
The Runners. 

A Sahibs' War. 

The Wet Litany. 

"Their Lawful Occasions." 
The King's Task. 

The Comprehension of Private Copper. 
The Necessitarian. 

Steam Tactics. 

Kaspar's Song in "Varda." 

"Wireless." 

Song of the Old Guard. 

The Army of a Dream. 

The Return of the Children. 

" They." 

From Lyden's "Irenius." 

Mrs. Bathhurst. 

"Our Fathers Also." 

Below the Mill Dam. 



I9IO] OUTWARD BOUND EDITION 443 

Vol. XXIII. 1906. Puck of Pook's Hill. Four plates by 
Andre Castaigne. 

Contents 
Puck's Song. 

Weland's Sword. 
A Tree Song. 

Young Men of the Manor. 
Sir Richard's Song. 
Harp Song of the Dane Women. 

The Knights of the Joyous Venture. 
Thorkild's Song. 

Old Men at Pevensey. 

The Runes on Weland's Sword. 

A Centurion of the Thirtieth. 
A British-Roman Song. 

On the Great Wall. 

A Song to Mithras. 

The Winged Hats. 
A Pict Song. 

Hal o' the Draft. 

A Smuggler's Song. 
The Bee Boy's Song. 

Dymchurch Flit. 

A Three-Part Song. 
Song of the Fifth River. 

The Treasure and the Law. 
The Children's Song. 



Vol. XXIV. 1910. Actions and Reactions. Four plates. 

Contents 

An Habitation Enforced. 
The Recall. 



444 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1910 

Garm — A Hostage. 

The Power of the Dog. 

The Mother Hive. 

The Bees and the Flies. 

With the Night Mail. 
The Four Angels. 

A Deal in Cotton. 

The New Knighthood. 

The Puzzler. 

The Puzzler. 

Little Foxes. 

Gallio's Song. 

The House Surgeon. 
The Rabbi's Song. 

Vol. XXV. 1 9 10. Rewards and Fairies. Four plates. 

Contents 
Introduction. 
A Charm. 

Cold Iron. 

Cold Iron. 

The Two Cousins. 

Gloriana. 

The Looking-Glass. 
A Truthful Song. 

The Wrong Thing. 

King Henry VII and the Shipwrights. 
The Way through the Woods. 

Marklake Witches. 
Brookland Road. 
The Run of the Downs. 

The Knife and the Naked Chalk. 
Song of the Men's Side. 
Philadelphia. 



1917] OUTWARD BOUND EDITION 445 

Brother Square-Toes. 
If. 
A St. Helena Lullaby. 

"A Priest in spite of Himself." 
"Poor Honest Men." 
Eddi's Service. 

The Conversion of St. Wilfrid. 
Song of the Red War-Boat. 
An Astrologer's Song. 

A Doctor of Medicine. 

"Our Fathers of Old." 
The Thousandth Man. 

Simple Simon. 

Frankie's Trade. 

The Ballad of Minepit Shaw. 

The Tree of Justice. 
A Carol. 

Vol. XXVI. 1917. A Diversity of Creatures. Four plates. 

Contents 
Preface. 
As Easy as A.B.C. 

MacDonough's Song. 

The Friendly Brook. 
The Land. 

In the Same Boat. 
"Helen All Alone." 

The Honours of War. 
The Children. 

The Dog Hervey. 
The Comforters. 

The Village that Voted the Earth Was Fiat. 
The Press. 

In the Presence. 
Jobson's Amen. 



446 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY C1917 

Regulus. 

A Translation. 

The Edge of the Evening. 
Rebirth. 

The Horse Marines. 

The Legend of Mirth. 

"My Son's Wife." 
The Floods. 
The Fabulists. 

The Vortex. 

The Song of the Seven Cities. 

"Swept and Garnished." 

Mary Postgate. 
The Beginnings. 

Vol. XXVII. 1 91 9. The Years Between and Poems from 
History. Portrait of Kipling and two plates. 

Contents 

The Years Between 

Poems from History 
The River's Tale. 
The Roman Centurion Speaks. 
Pirates in England. 

Dane-Geld. (What "Dane-Geld" Means.) 
The Making of England. (William's Work.) 
Norman and Saxon. 
The Reeds of Runnymede. 
My Father's Chair. 
The Dawn Wind. 
The King's Job. 
With Drake in the Tropics. 
"Together." King James I. 
The Civil Wars. (Before Edgehill Fight.) 
The Dutch in the Medway. 
"Brown Bess." 
The American War, Before; After. 



1897-1920] EDITION DE LUXE 447 

The French Wars. 

The Bells and Queen Victoria. 

Big Steamers. 

The Secret of the Machines. 

The Glory of the Garden. 

Vol. XXVIII. 1920. Letters of Travel. Three plates. 

Contents 

From Tideway to Tideway. 1892. 
Letters to the Family. 1907. 
Egypt of the Magicians. 1913. 

Vols. XXIX, XXX. 1923. The Irish Guards in the Great War. 
Maps. 

EDITION DE LUXE 

The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kip- 
ling. Macmillan and Co. 1 897-1 920. 31 volumes. 

Octavo. Issued in red cloth, with ornaments and lettering in 
gold. On the front cover is a medallion in gold, the ele- 
phant-headed Ganesha with lotus and swastika. 

The fore-titles and titles are printed in red and black. Mac- 
millan & Co.'s device is on verso of the fore-titles; the 
number of copies is printed on verso of the titles. 

The edition differs from the Outward Bound edition in the following: 

Volume I does not contain the publisher's note, preface, or 
introduction. 

Volume XII has no dedication. 

Volume XIV contains "The Bold 'Prentice," not in the Out- 
ward Bound edition. 

Volume XXI does not contain "The Tabu Tale," which is in 
the Outward Bound edition. 

The Outward Bound edition does not contain Songs from 
Books. A Diversity of Creatures is printed in one volume 
in the Outward Bound edition, in two volumes in this 
edition. 



448 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1897 

The Edition de Luxe was published later than the Outward Bound 
edition, as the dates on the early volumes show. The later 
volumes were set up from the proofs of the American edition. 

1897. I. Plain Tales from the Hills. 

II, III. Soldiers Three and Military Tales. 
IV. In Black and White. 

1898. V. The Phantom 'Rickshaw and Other Stories. 

VI. Under the Deodars, The Story of the Gadsbys, Wee 

Willie Winkie. 
VII. The Jungle Book. 
VIII. The Second Jungle Book. 
IX. The Light that Failed. 
X. The Naulahka. 
XI. Verses. 1 889-1 896. 
XII. "Captains Courageous." 

1899. XIII, XIV. The Day's Work. 

Part II. "The Wreck of the Visigoth" and " Brug- 
glesmith," included in the Outward Bound edition, 
are omitted, and " The Bold 'Prentice " substituted. 

1900. XV, XVI, XVII. From Sea to Sea and Other Sketches. 

The wording of the preface differs from that in the 
Outward Bound edition. 
Early Verse. 
Stalky & Co. 
Kim. 
Just-So Stories for Little Children. 

This does not contain "The Tabu Tale," printed 
in the Outward Bound edition. 
The Five Nations. 
Traffics and Discoveries. 
Puck of Pook's Hill. 

Illustrated by H. R. Millar. Twenty plates. 
Actions and Reactions. 
Rewards and Fairies. 

Illustrated by Frank Craig. 
Songs from Books. 
XXIX. A Diversity of Creatures. 
The Years Between and Poems from History. 
Letters of Travel. 





XVIII. 




XIX. 


I90I. 


XX. 


1903. 


XXI. 


1904. 


XXII. 


1905. 


XXIII. 


1907. 


XXIV. 


1909. 


XXV. 


I9I0. 


XXVI. 


1913- 


XXVII. 


I9I7. 


XXVIII, 


I9I9. 


XXX. 


1920. 


XXXI. 



1898] AMERICAN TRADE EDITION 449 

The edition of volumes i to xxi consisted of 1050 copies; of volumes 
XXII to XXVI, only 775 copies; of volumes xxvii to xxxi, 1000 
copies. 

W. Thacker&Co. issued in 1898 an edition of Departmental Ditties 
and Other Verses, made as nearly like the Edition de Luxe as 
possible. The edition consisted of 350 copies, bound in red cloth, 
with gilt ornament and lettering on the back. The ornament is 
different and the types are larger, and there is no seal on the 
front cover. The title and fore-title are printed in red and black; 
the contents is found in the Edition de Luxe, vol. xviii, Early 
Verse. The volume does not belong to the set. 

THE BRUSHWOOD EDITION 

The Brushwood Edition. 15 Vols., New York, 
G. P. Putnam's Sons, i 



This edition was made up from the sheets of the authorized 

editions. 
The broadsides, "The Vampire" and "Recessional," issued 

by The Critic Co., were bound in at the end of The Seven 

Seas. The last volume contained A Ken of Kipling, by 

Will M. Clemens, and a general index. 

These two volumes were particularly distasteful to Kipling, and, as 
the edition was made up and issued without his permission, it 
was withdrawn. 

THE AMERICAN TRADE EDITION 

The American trade edition, published by Doubleday, Page 
& Co., began in 1898 with The Day's Work, and carried 
the imprint, Doubleday & McClure Co. 

This edition is issued in dark-green cloth, untrimmed, let- 
tered in gold on the front and back, with a caravel, designed 
by Kipling for Mr. McClure, stamped in darker green on 
the front cover. The titles are printed within red and 
black lines, with Kipling's device generally on verso of the 
fore-title. 



450 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1898-1921 

In 1899, Doubleday & McClure Co. took over the Kipling 
books published in America by Macmillan & Co. 

With Kim, 1901, the imprint was changed to "Doubleday, 
Page & Co." The first edition of Many Inventions with 
Doubleday, Page & Co.'s imprint is dated 1908; The 
Seven Seas is dated 1920; these had been published by 
D. Appleton & Co. The imprint on the books published 
by The Century Co. was not changed to Doubleday, Page 
& Co. until 1 92 1 ("Captains Courageous" and The Jungle 
Books). 

There are now twenty-seven volumes: 
Actions and Reactions. 
"Captains Courageous." 
The Day's Work. 

Departmental Ditties, Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads. 
A Diversity of Creatures. 
The Five Nations. 
From Sea to Sea. 
The Jungle Book. 
Just-So Stories. 
Kim. 

Letters of Travel. 
Life's Handicap. 
The Light that Failed. 
Many Inventions. 
The Naulahka. 
Plain Tales from the Hills. 
Puck of Pook's Hill. 
Rewards and Fairies. 
The Second Jungle Book. 
The Seven Seas. 
Soldiers* Stories. 

Soldiers Three, The Story of the Gadsbys, In Black and White. 
Songs from Books. 
Stalky & Co. 
Traffics and Discoveries. 

Under the Deodars, The Phantom 'Rickshaw, Wee Willie Winkie. 
The Years Between. 



1 899-1900] AMERICAN TRADE EDITION 451 



THE POCKET EDITION 

The Pocket edition, twenty-eight volumes, bound in flexible 
leather, is printed from the plates of the American trade 
edition. It contains an additional volume, The Birthday- 
Book. This is often called the Elephant's Head edition be- 
cause of the elephant design on the end-papers and paper 
wrappers. 

THE AUTHORIZED EDITION 

The Authorized edition, published by Doubleday, Page & 
Co., nine volumes, bound in cloth and half-leather, con- 
tains only the books printed before 1900: 
Soldiers Three, The Story of the Gadsbys, In Black and White. 
Under the Deodars, The Phantom 'Rickshaw, Wee Willie Winkie. 
Plain Tales from the Hills. 
Life's Handicap. 
The Light that Failed. 

Departmental Ditties, Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads. 
From Sea to Sea, Letters of Marque. 
From Sea to Sea, Letters of Travel, American Notes. 
From Sea to Sea, American Notes, The City of Dreadful Night, 
etc., The Kipling Index. 

SWASTIKA EDITION 

The Swastika edition, issued in 1899, was made by Double- 
day & McClure Co. for H. B. Claflin & Co. 

Octavo. 15 volumes. Issued in sage-green cloth, with Kip- 
ling's monogram blind-stamped on the front cover. The 
title-pages have "The Works of Rudyard Kipling" and 
a heavy black rule at the top, the title of the volume, 
Kipling's device, and the publisher's imprint. 

The set contains " Captains Courageous," The Jungle Book, and The 
Second Jungle Book with The Century Co.'s imprint, and Many 
Inventions and The Seven Seas with D. i\ppleton & Co.'s imprint. 



452 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1899-1921 

The remaining ten volumes, with the revised text, have Doubleday 
& McClure Co.'s imprint: 
Plain Tales from the Hills. 

Soldiers Three, The Story of the Gadsbys, In Black and White. 
Under the Deodars, The Phantom 'Rickshaw, Wee Willie Winkie. 
Life's Handicap. 
The Light that Failed. 
The Day's Work. 

Departmental Ditties, Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads. 
The Naulahka. 
The Seven Seas. 
From Sea to Sea. 1 vols. 



MINIATURE SERIES 

The Miniature Series, Doubleday, Page & Co., 1921. 

Sextodecimo. 10 volumes. Issued in fine-grain leather. 
Danny Deever. 
The Glory of the Garden. 
Great-Heart. 
The Gypsy Trail. 
If. 

Mandalay. 
The Pilgrim's Way. 
Recessional. 
The Sons of Martha. 
L'Envoi, "When earth's last picture is painted." 

THE UNIFORM EDITION 

The Uniform Edition, London, Macmillan & Co., 
1 899-1920. 

Octavo. 22 volumes. Issued in red cloth, top edges gilt, the 
elephant-headed Ganesha stamped in gold on the front 
covers. The titles are printed within red lines. 
Stalky & Co. 
From Sea to Sea. 2 vols. 



1914-1919] THE SERVICE KIPLING 453 

Kim. 

Just-So Stories. 

Traffics and Discoveries. 

Puck of Pook's Hill. 

Actions and Reactions. 

Rewards and Fairies. 

A Diversity of Creatures. 

Letters of Travel. 

The Day's Work. 

Plain Tales from the Hills. 

Life's Handicap. 

Many Inventions. 

The Light that Failed. 

Wee Willie Winkie and Other Stories. 

Soldiers Three and Other Stories. 

The Jungle Book. 

The Second Jungle Book. 

** Captains Courageous." 

The Naulahka. 

POCKET EDITION 

The Pocket edition, issued by Macmillan & Co., is printed 
from the plates of the Uniform edition. Two volumes 
have been added, Songs from Books, and Kipling Prose 
Anthology, which were not in the Uniform edition. 

Small octavo. 24 volumes. Issued in red flexible leather, 
printed on thin paper, gilt edges. It was also issued in 
blue cloth. 

THE SERVICE KIPLING 

The Service Kipling. Macmillan & Co. 1914-1919. 
Sextodecimo. 26 volumes. Issued in blue cloth. 

Plain Tales from the Hills. 2 vols. 
Soldiers Three. 2 vols. 
Wee Willie Winkie. 2 vols. 
From Sea to Sea. 4 vols. 



454 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1914-1922 

Life's Handicap. 1 vols. 
The Light that Failed. 2 vols. 
The Naulahka. 2 vols. 
Many Inventions. 2 vols. 
The Day's Work. 2 vols. 
Kim. 2 vols. 

Traffics and Discoveries. 2 vols. 
Actions and Reactions. 2 vols. 



POETICAL WORKS 

Poetical Works. Methuen & Co., 1 899-1 922. 

Octavo. 5 volumes. Issued, untrimmed, in buckram, cloth, 
and leather. 

Barrack-Room Ballads. 
The Seven Seas. 
The Five Nations. 
Departmental Ditties. 
The Years Between. 

These were also issued in ten volumes, uniform with The Service 

Kipling, published by Macmillan & Co. 
Methuen & Co.'s Thin-Paper edition, 6 volumes, uniform with MaC' 

millan's Pocket edition, contains a Kipling Verse Anthology. 
Macmillan & Co. issued Songs from Books, in the binding of the 

Methuen edition instead of the Uniform edition. 



THE BOMBAY EDITION 

The Bombay Edition of the Works of Rudyard 
Kipling. Macmillan & Co., London. 19 13-19 19. 
25 volumes. 

Octavo. Issued in gray boards, cloth back, paper label let- 
tered in black on the back, untrimmed. The first volume 
bears the signature of Rudyard Kipling. 






1913-1919] THE BOMBAY EDITION 455 

The edition consists of 1050 copies, printed from the Florence 
Press types, on paper made especially for the edition, bear- 
ing the watermark *'R [elephant-headed Ganesha with 
swastika and lotus] K." 

Each volume has the edition fore-title, volume fore-title, and 
title printed in blue and black, and at the end the colophon 
with the initial letter and Kipling's device printed in blue. 
An extra back-label is tipped in at the back. 

Each story bears the date of its first publication, and the 
initial letter in blue. The text follows that of the Uniform 
edition and the American trade edition, except as noted. 

Contents 

1913. I. Plain Tales from the Hills. 1886-1887. 

II. Soldiers Three, The Story of the Gadsbys, In Black 

and White. 

III. Wee Willie Winkie, Under the Deodars, The Phan- 

tom 'Rickshaw. 
IV, V. From Sea to Sea. 

A Fleet in Being and Letters to the Family, with 
the verses, are included. The Smith Administration 
and The City of Dreadful Night are omitted. 
VI. Life's Handicap. 
VII. The Light that Failed. 
VIII. The Naulahka. 

1914. IX. Many Inventions. 

x. "Captains Courageous." 

W^ithout the dedication. 

XI. The Jungle Book. 

XII. The Second Jungle Book. 

XIII. The Day's Work. 

XIV. Stalky & Co. 
XV. Kim. 

XVI. Just-So Stories. 

The verses and "The Tabu Tale" are omitted. 
XVII. Traffics and Discoveries. 
XVIII. Puck of Pook's Hill. 
XIX. Rewards and Fairies. 
XX. Actions and Reactions. 



4S6 



KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY 



[1913-1919 



XXI. Departmental Ditties and Barrack-Room Ballads. 
Contains "Ave Imperatrix," reprinted from Early 
Verse, 1900. 
XXII. The Five Nations, The Seven Seas. 

Contains "The Rowers," "The Absent-Minded 
Beggar," and "Bobs." 
1 91 5. XXIII. Songs from Books. 

Contains poems from A History of England. 
1917. XXIV. A Diversity of Creatures. 

1919. XXV. The Years Between, The Muse among the Motors. 
"The Rowers" was included also in The Five 

Nations, vol. xxii. 
"The Muse among the Motors," 14 poems, was 
issued separately in 1904, and published in '^he 
'Daily Maily February 5, 6, 9, 13, 17, 23, 1905. 
Five new poems are added here: 
Carmen Circulare. 

When the Journey Was Intended to the City. 
Lady Geraldine's Hardship. 
The Bother. 
The Moral. 
"The Marred Drives of Windsor." 
Act II. Scene 3. 'The Flag^ igo^. 
Act III. Scene i. The Car^ June 25, 1913, 
with the title "An Unrecorded Trial." 



THE SEVEN SEAS EDITION 

The Seven Seas Edition, Doubleday, Page & Co., 
25 volumes. 

This was published after the Bombay edition, and follows 
that text. 



THE NEW WORLD EDITION 

The New World edition, published exclusively for Funk & 
Wagnalls Co., in 1923, was printed from the plates of the 
Seven Seas edition. 



1 891-1897] THE ENGLISH LIBRARY 457 

Octavo. 13 volumes. Issued in cloth and leather, the titles 
printed in red and black. 

Contents 
I. Plain Tales from the Hills, Soldiers Three, and Other 

Stories. 
II. Wee Willie Winkie and Other Stories, Life's Handicap. 

III. From Sea to Sea and Other Sketches, Letters of Travel 

(Canada, with the chapter headings). 

IV. The Light that Failed, "Captains Courageous." 
V. Kim, The Naulahka. 

VI. The Day's Work, Many Inventions. 
VII. The Jungle Book, The Second Jungle Book. 
VIII. Just-So Stories, Stalky & Co. 
IX. Traffics and Discoveries, Actions and Reactions. 
X. Puck of Pook's Hill, Rewards and Fairies. 
XI. Departmental Ditties, Barrack-Room Ballads, The Five 

Nations, The Seven Seas. 
XII. Songs from Books, The Years Between, Parodies. 
XIII. A Diversity of Creatures, Letters of Travel (Canada, 
without the chapter headings). 

THE MANDALAY EDITION 

The Mandalay edition, 26 volumes, issued in 1925, was 
printed from the plates of the Seven Seas edition. 

THE ENGLISH LIBRARY 

The English Library, Leipzig, Heinemann and 
Balestier, Limited, London. 1 891-1897. 

Nine volumes, issued probably at the same time as the English 
and American editions, carry this imprint: 
The Light that Failed. 1891. 
The Phantom 'Rickshaw. 1891. 
Mine Own People. 1891. 

Soldiers Three, Other Stories, and Introduction by Henry 
James. 1891. 



458 KIPLING BIBLIOGRAPHY [1891-1909 

The Story of the Gadsbys. 1891. 
Barrack-Room Ballads. 1892. 
The Naulahka. 1892. 
Many Inventions. 1893. 
The Jungle Book. 1897. 

Wolcott Balestier died in 1 891 . Some years ago The English Library 
went into the hands of a receiver, and everything was trans- 
ferred to Leipzig, to the house of F. A. Brockhaus. 



TAUCHNITZ EDITION 

Collection of British Authors. Tauchnitz Edition. 
Leipzig. Bernard Tauchnitz. 

The edition contains the Kipling books that were not issued in the 
English Library by Heinemann and Balestier, 1 891-1897: 
Plain Tales from the Hills. 1890. 
The Second Jungle Book. 1897. 
The Seven Seas. 1897. 
"Captains Courageous." 1897. 
The Day's Work. 1898. 
A Fleet in Being. 1899. 
Stalky & Co. 1899. 
From Sea to Sea. 1900. 

The City of Dreadful Night and Other Sketches. 1900. 
Kim. 1 901. 

Just-So Stories for Little Children. 1902. 
The Five Nations. 1903. 
Traffics and Discoveries. 1904. 
Puck of Pook's Hill. 1906. 
Actions and Reactions. 1909. 



INDEX 



INDEX 



Abaft the Funnel, 67, 69, 70, 91, 94, 

304-307. 
Authorized edition, 307. 
Pirated edition, 304. 
Absent-Minded Beggar, The, 13, 127, 

224-228, 242, 269, 456. 
Absent-Minded Beggar, Recessional, 

"Bobs," 228. 
Academy y 'J'he 

1898, May: Letter from the School 
Budget, 195. Aug. 13: The Blind 
Bug, 206. Oct. (Kipling number): 
MS. of .007, 189. 

1899, Feb.: "Fighting Bob," 239. 
April I : The Vampire. 

Actions and Reactions, 301, 302, 443, 

448, 450, 453-455> 458. 
Address at Dundee, 420. 
Adoration of the Mage, The, 71, 306. 
Adventures of Melissa, 302. 
Advertisement, The, 269, 270. 
Advice to "The Hat," 409. 
After the War, 322. 
"All the world over nursing their 

scars," 329. 
Almanac of Sports, The, 173-177. 
Altemus (Henry) Co. 

Departmental Ditties, Ballads and 

Other Verses; The Mulvaney Stories, 

212. 

Love and Friendship Series, 40, 41, 

51- 
The Drums of the Fore and Aft; 
The Courting of Dinah Shadd; 
The Three Musketeers; On the 
City Wall; The Man Who Was; 



The Judgment of Dungara; On 
Greenhow Hill. 
"Uniform Style" Series, 40, 51, 57, 
60, 84, no: 

The Drums of the Fore and Aft; 
The Man Who Was; Without 
Benefit of Clergy; The Recru- 
descence of Imray; On Greenhow 
Hill; Wee Willie Winkie; The 
Man Who Would be King; My 
Own True Ghost Story; The 
Courting of Dinah Shadd; The In- 
carnation of Krishna Mulvaney; 
His Majesty the King; With the 
Main Guard; The Three Musket- 
eers; Lispeth; Cupid's Arrows; 
In the House of the Suddhoo; 
Bronckhorst Divorce Case; The 
Judgment of Dungara; Gemini; 
At Twenty-two; On the City 
Wall. 

American, An, 163. 

American Academy of Arts and Let- 
ters, 403. 

American Art Association sales cata- 
logues, 3, 27, 34, 405, 406. 

American Braille System for the Blind, 
136, 191. 

American Magazine, 'The 
1910, Oct.: If, 314. 
1912, March: The Benefactors (un- 
collected). 

American Negro, The, 106. 

American Notes, 105-108, 139, 229. 

American War, The — Before, After, 
322, 446. 



462 



INDEX 



Americanization of Edward Bok, 401. 

Amir's Homily, The, 435. 

Among the Railway Folk, 84, 95, 231, 
440. 

Amour de Voyage, 1 6. 

Anchor Song, 132, 162. 

"And they were stronger hands than 
mine," 45, 330. 

Anderson Galleries catalogue, 351, 
405. 

Anglo-Indian Episode, An, 17. 

Anglo-Indian Rhymes, 114. 

"Angutivaun Taina," 146, 334, 438. 

Answer, The, 127, 160, 162. 

Answers to Correspondence, 9. 

Appleton, D., & Co. 

1893: A Matter of Fact, 115; Many 
Inventions, 130; The Rhyme of 
the Three Sealers, 132. 
1894: The Story of Ung, 141, 163. 
1896: Hymn before Action, 157, 
162; The Seven Seas, 159; The 
Seven Seas (illustrated edition), 
165; Et Dona Ferentes, 166. 
1912: Kipling Readers, 336-338. 

Appropriate Verses on an Elegant 
Landscape, 15. 

Argument of a Projected Poem to be 
called The Seven Nights of Cre- 
ation, 22. 

Arithmetic on the Frontier, 24. 

Army of a Dream, The, 271-273, 277, 
442. 

Army-Headquarters, 22. 

Arrest of Lieutenant Golightly, The, 

^('y 37, 41, 360, 433- 
Arundel Library Series 

Forty Tales from the Hills, 39. 
As Easy as A.B.C., 335, 367, 445. 
As It Strikes a Contemporary, 163. 



"As the Bell Clinks," 27. 
Associated Sunday Magazine 

191 1, May: Honours of War, 224. 
Astrologer's Song, The, 315, 328, 425, 

445- 
At Howli Thana, 50, 435. 
At the Distance, 17. 
At the End of the Passage, 109, no, 

112,139,436. 
At the Pit's Mouth, 52, 436. 
At Twenty-two, 50, 51, 435. 
Atheweum^ The 

1 890, Oct. 4, Nov. 1 , 8, 22, Dec. 6, 1 3 : 
Letters, 79, 82. Dec. 6: The 
Rhyme of the Three Captains, 82. 

Atlantic Monthly, The 

1 891, Sept.: The Disturber of Traf- 
fic, 131. 

Attempt at Appreciation, An (G. K. 

Monkshood), 218. 
Auchinleck's Ride, 328. 
Auld Lang Syne, 238, 239, 24 1, 406, 
412. 
Separate issue, 238. 
Author, The 

1 891, July: Some Notes on a Bill, 

403- 
1899, July: Literary Property. 
Auxiliary Fleet, The, 356. 
Ave Imperatrix, 9, 440, 456. 
Awful Yellowstone, The, 106. 

Baa, Baa, Black Sheep, 58, 359, 

437. 
Baboo Mookerji's Undertaking, 69. 
"Back to the Army Again," 163. 
Badger, R. G.,&Co., 24, 29, 177, 183, 
197. 
The Ballad of Fisher's Boarding 
House, 29; Certain Maxims of Hafiz, 



INDEX 



463 



29, 197; Recessional, 177; The Vam- 
pire, 183. 
Ballad, 328. 
Ballad of Bitterness, The (Christmas 

letter), 406. 
Ballad of Boh da Thone, The, 123. 
Ballad of East and West, A, 115, 123- 
125, 154, 203, 204, 337, 339, 360, 
425. 
Separate issue, 203, 204. 
Ballad of Fisher's Boarding House, 

The, 28, 29. 
Ballad of Minepit Shaw, The, 3 1 5, 330, 

425, 445- 
Ballad of Reading Gaol, The, The 

Vampire, 178. 
Ballad of the " Bolivar," The, 73, 123, 

426. 
Ballad of the " Clampherdown," The, 

73,123,360. 
Ballad of the King's Daughter, The, 

16. 
Ballad of the King's Jest, The, 114, 

118,123. 
Ballad of the King's Mercy, The, 123. 
Ballad of the Red Earl, The, 73, 394. 
Ballade of Bad Entertainment, A, 441. 
Ballade of Bitterness, A, 9. 
Ballade of Burial, A, 25, 26. 
Ballade of Dak-Bungalows, A, 441. 
Balladeof JakkoHill, A, 25. 
Ballade of Photographs, 405. 
Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads. 

See Barrack-Room Ballads and 

Other Verses. 
Banjo Song, A, 74, 126, 162. 
Bank Fraud, A, 2(>, 21, 433- 
Baron, The, 109, 329. 
Barrack-Room Ballads and Other 

Poems, 171. 



Barrack-Room Ballads and Other 
Verses (1892), 73, 74, 77, 1 21-127, 
171, 308, 438, 454, 458. 
Colonial Library, 124. 
English edition (1892), 121. 
Indian edition, 124. 
American edition (Ballads and Bar- 
rack-Room Ballads, 1892), 121, 
122. 
American edition (1893), 74, 126. 
Pirated (Popular) edition, 124. 

Barrack-Room Ballads and Reces- 
sional, 183. 

Barse & Hopkins, 24, 26, 29, 57, 78, 
125, 164, 177. 
Certain Maxims of Hafiz, 24; The 
Toilers, L'Envoi, 78, 164; The Man 
Who Would be King, 57; The Be- 
trothed; Danny Deever, 78, 125; 
" Fuzzy-Wuzzy," 78; Gunga Din, 
125; Recessional, 177, 183; Reces- 
sional, Vampire and Other Verses; 
Barrack-Room B allads ; Tommy, 78 ; 
Screw-Guns, 78; Mandalay, 78; 
Troopin', 78; Explanation, 78; Ford 
o' Kabul River, 78; Kipling Day 
by Day. 

Bartlett, Alfred 

The Gypsy Trail, 278-280. 

Battle of Assaye, The, 11, 440. 

Battle Souvenir, 268, 348. 

Battle Spectacle and a Review, 355. 

Bazaar Dhulip, A, 99. 

"Be welcome to our hearts to-night," 
238,239,241,406,412. 

"Be well assured that on our side," 

357- 

Bearing of the Vine, The, 15. 

Beast and Man in India (J. L. Kip- 
ling), 22, 113, 123,329. 



464 



INDEX 



Bee-Boy's Song, The, 284, 328, 443. 
Bees and the Flies, The, 302, 327, 444. 
"Before a midnight breaks in storm" 

(Dedication), 266. 
Before Edgehill Fight, 322, 446. 
Beginner, The, 270, 271. 
Beginning of the Armadillos, The, 234, 

258.333,338,441. 

Copyright edition, 234. 

Painting Book, 260. 
Beginnings, The, 369, 382, 446. 
Bell Buoy, The, 266. 
Bells and the Queen, The, 322, 447. 
Below the Mill Dam, 256, 277, 442. 

Copyright edition, 256. 
Belts, 76, 78, 122. 
Benefactors, The (poem), 388. 
Benefactors, The (story). See ^he 

American Magazine. 
Beoni Bar, 326. 

Bertran and Bimi, 77, 109, 112, 436. 
Betrayal of Confidences, The, 71, 306. 
Betrothed, The, 28, 29, 338. 

Separate issue, 204. 
Beyond the Pale, !>(>, 2>3^y 433- 
Bibeloty The 

1897, May: Letters of Marque. 
Bibliography, Kipling (L. S. Living- 
ston), 250. 
Bibhography, KipHng (E. W. Martin- 
dell), 411, 413- 
Big Barn Stories, 328. 
Big Drunk Draf, The, 44, 434. 
Big Steamers, 322, 347, 382, 426, 429, 

447- 
Bill 'Awkins, 163. 
Bimi, 77, 109, 360. 
Biographical Sketch of Rudyard Kip- 

hng (C. E. Norton), 40. 
Birds of Passage, 9. 



"Birds of Prey" March, 163. 

Birth of Literature, The (The Magic 

of Words), 6"^^ Speeches. 
Birthday Book, Kiphng, 68, 168. 
Birthday Greeting to Percival Landon, 

A, 237, 242,412. 
Bisara of Pooree, The, ^^^ 37, 433. 
Bitter Waters, 329. 
Bitters Neat, 38, 40, 433. 
Black and White 

1 89 1, Oct.: Brugglesmith, 132. 

Christmas number: The Children 

of the Zodiac, 132. 
1 898, Christmas number: The Burn- 
ing of the 'Sarah Sands,' 22^. 
Black Beard, 328. 
Black Jack, 45, 434. 

Separate issue, 205. 
Blind Bug, The, 121. 
Blue Roses, 88, 188, 330. 
Boar of the Year, The, 10, 440. 
Boats of Newhaven, The (The French 

Wars), 332, 447. 
"Bobs," 127, 228, 269, 456. 

Separate issue, 127. 
Bold 'Prentice, The, 191, 23^^ 415, 

447, 448- 
Bombay edition, 454. 
Bonds of Discipline, The, 276, 442. 
Book Leaf, The, 240. 
Book of Beauty, The, 88, 188, 412. 
Book of Forty-five Mornings, The, 

229. 
Book of France, The, 342, 352. 
Book of Homage to Shakespeare, A, 

287. 
Book of the Sea, The, 164. 
Bookman, The, 8, 49, 213, 252, 254. 
Boots, 268. 
Border Cattle Thief, The, 123. 



INDEX 



465 



Boston Advertiser^ 'The 

1 9 1 9, March : * ' Rudy ard " and " Kip- 
ling," 240. 
Boston American^ The 

191 5, Dec: The Fringes of the 
Fleet, 357. 
Boston Globe, The 

1899, Sept. 29: The Old Issue, 267. 
1902, April 9: C. J. Rhodes, 266. 
1923, Sunday issues: Reprinted 
stories. 
Boston Post, The 

191 8, Oct. 26: Justice, 380. 

1919, Feb. 8: Great-Heart, 385. 
Nov. 14: The Gods of the Copy- 
book Headings, 386. 

Bother, The, 456. 

Botolph Classics, 24. 

Bow Flume Cable-Car, The, 70, 306. 

Boy Scouts' Patrol Song, A, 304, 

394. 
Boy Stories, 359. 
Boyhood of Famous Authors, The 

(W. H. Rideing), 171. 
Braggart, The, 269, 270. 
" Bread upon the Waters " (The Day's 

Work), 190, 439, 
Bread upon the Waters (The Smith 

Administration), 94, 100, 230. 
Brentano's 

Pomegranate Series: 

1898: The Man Who Would be 
King, 57; The Courting of 
Dinah Shadd, 84; The Drums 
of the Fore and Aft, 60; With- 
out Benefit of Clergy, 84; The 
Incarnation of Krishna Mul- 
vaney, 84. 
1899: Barrack-Room Ballads and 
Recessional, 183; Departmental 



Ditties, The Vampire, Our 
Lady of the Snows, 199. 
Recessional, 183; The Absent- 
Minded Beggar, 227. 
Bride's Progress, The, 100. 
Bridge Builders, The, 190, 244, 438. 
Bridge-Guard in the Karroo, The, 251, 
252, 267, 425. 
Copyright edition, 251. 
Britain and the War (Andre Chevril- 

lon), 373. 
British Empire Review 

1900, Nov.: The Young Queen, 267. 
British Mind, The, 395, 396. 
British-Roman Song, A, 284, 327, 443. 
British Weekly 

1908, Jan. 9: Advice to Students, 

395- _ 
Broken-Link Handicap, The, 2^i 37> 

360, 433- 
Broken Men, The, 266. 
Bromfield & Co., New York 

1890: Soldiers Three, 43; The Story 

of the Gadsbys, 43. 
Bronckhorst Divorce Case, The, 2^, 

40, 433- 
Brookland Road, The, 314, 325, 444. 
Brother Square-Toes, 311, 31 4, 2Z^y 

445- 
Copyright edition, 311. 

Brown & Co. 

American Notes, 108; Through the 
Year with Kipling, 196; My Lord 
the Elephant (Two Tales, La 
Crime), 120. 

Brown Bess, 446. 

"Brugglesmith," 132, 439, 448. 

Brushwood Boy, The, 189, 191, 328, 

404, 439- 
Separate issues, 218-220. 



466 



INDEX 



Brushwood edition, 449. 

Bubbling Well Road, 67, 436. 

Buckles, F. M., & Co. See Alex. Gros- 
set & Co. 
Ten Gems, 24, 29, 78, 125, 177, 183, 
216; Kipling Masterpieces, 57,84. 

Buddha at Kamakura, 248, 267, 398. 

Bugler, The, 256. 

Bull that Thought, The. See Cosmo- 
politan. 

Bunco Steerer, 106. 

Bungalow Ballads, 23, 24. 

Burden of Nineveh, The, 68. 

Burgher of the Free State, A, 246, 315, 
326. 

Burial, A, 266, 268. 

Burning of the 'Sarah Sands,' The, 

336,415- 
Burt, A. L., & Co. 

1899: Plain Tales from the Hills; 
Barrack-Room Ballads, The Story 
of the Gadsbys; Mine Own Peo- 
ple; Indian Tales (2 vols.); De- 
partmental Ditties, Ballads and 
Barrack-Room Ballads; Poems of 
Rudyard Kipling. 

Burton (Josiah Henry) sale catalogue, 
405. 

Bushman's Daughter, The, 73. 

Business in the Sea of Marmora, 361. 

Butterflies, 276, 330. 

Butterfly that Stamped, The, 259, 232i 
442. 

"By the hoof of the wild goat," 329. 

By Word of Mouth, 38, 433. 

Cairo, Sorceress of Cities, 400. 
Calcutta Review^ The 

1885, Oct.: The Vision of Hamid 
Ali, 19. 



1886, April: The Seven Nights of 
Creation, 5, 19, 20, 22, 114. July: 
King Solomon's Horses, 19. 
Caldwell, H. M., & Co. 

The Phantom 'Rickshaw; Plain 
Tales from the Hills; Letters of 
Marque; Soldiers Three; The Story 
of the Gadsbys, In Black and White; 
Under the Deodars, Wee WiUie 
Winkie; The City of Dreadful 
Night, American Notes, 59; Mine 
Own People; Barrack-Room Ballads; 
Departmental Ditties and Other 
Verses; Indian Tales, 64. 
Call to the Nation, A, 344. 
Camel's Hump, The, 260. 
Canadians in Camp, 350. 
Cantab, The 

1898, Oct. 13: Rudyard Kipling and 
The Cantab, 206. 
Cape Illustrated Magazine 

i89i,Nov.: The Long Trail, 1 24. 
Captain, The 

1907, April: Famous Men at School, 

8. 

"Captains Courageous," 168-170, 308, 

438, 448, 450, 451, 453, 455, 458. 

Copyright edition, 169. 

"Captains Courageous" (Letters to 

the Family), 398. 
Captive, The (song), 327. 
Captive, The (story), 263, 276, 442. 

Copyright edition, 263. 
Car, The 

1 910, July 27: Protective Suits for 

Airmen, 317. 
1913, June 25: An Unrecorded 
Trial, 293, 340, 456. 
Caret, 4. 
Carmen Circulare, 456. 



INDEX 



467 



Carmen Simlaense, 441. 
Carol, A, 3 1 5, 326, 429, 445. 
CasseWs Magazine 

1900, Dec. (to Oct., 1 901): Kim, 
247. 

1908, Jan.: A Deal in Cotton, 302. 
Cat that Walked by Himself, The, 

257, 259, zzz. zz^. 442. 

Cavaliere Servente, 14, 16. 

Caxton Society, 24, 78, 199. 
Collectanea, 198. 
Caxton Brochures: 
L'Envoi, "What is the moral?" 
49; The Explanation, 78, 126; 
The Vampire; Recessional; Man- 
dalay, 78; The Rhyme of the 
Three Captains, 126; My Rival. 

Cells, 123. 

Centurion of the Thirtieth, The, 284, 

ZZ^. 443- 
Century Company, The 

1894: The Jungle Book, 134. 

1895: The Second Jungle Book, 145. 

1897: Captains Courageous, 169. 

See St. Nicholas. 
Century Magazine^ The 

1 890, Dec. : The Gypsy Trail, 280. 

1 891, Nov. (to July, 1892): The 
Naulahka, 117. 

1892, Nov.: An Answer, 127, 162. 

1894, Dec: A Walking Delegate, 
190. 

1895, Dec: The Brushwood Boy, 
189. 

1900, Jan.; In the Matter of One 
Compass, 131,329,393. 

1905, Aug.: An Habitation En- 
forced, 301. 

1909, April: The Foreloper (Voor- 
trekker), 331. 



1 9 1 4, April : The Dog Her vey , 368. 

1915, Jan.: Swept and Garnished, 
369. Sept.: Mary Postgate, 369. 

Certain Maxims of Hafiz, 24, 26, 27, 

29,118,338. 
Separate issues, 197. 
Chant-Pagan, 268. 
Charm, A, 314, 325, 428, 444. 
Chartres Windows, 427. 
Chautauquaed, 231, 306. 
Chil's Song, 146, 332, 437. 
Child of Calamity, The, 191. 
Child Stories, 60. 
Children, The, 368, 382, 445. 
Children of the Zodiac, The, 132, 436. 
Children's Song, The, 285, 328, 338, 

426, 429, 443. 
Choice, The, 374, 388. 
Choice of Songs, A, 428. 

Copyright edition, 427. 
Cholera Camp, 163. 
Christmas in India, 27, 359. 
Christmas Spirit, The, 376. 
Cities and Spaces, 399. 
"Cities and Thrones and Powers," 

284,325. 
"City of Brass, The," 303, 388. 

Copyright edition, 303. 
"City of Delhi is hushed and still, 

The," II. 
" City of Dreadful Night, The " (story; 

1888), ii,93>95, 435- 
City of Dreadful Night and Other 

Places, The (1891), 18, 59, 84, 

91-96, 103, 105. 
Indian edition, 94. 
English edition, 95, 96. 
City of Dreadful Night and Other 

Sketches, The (1890), 18, 67-69, 

9i> 93-95. 147- 



468 



INDEX 



City of Patan, The, 67. 

City of Sleep, The, 191, 328. 

City of the Heart, The, 15. 

Civil & Military Gazette, The, 1 8, 22- 
24. 
1884, March 25: A Frontier Story. 
May 23: The May Voyage 
(E[sau] M[ull]). Sept. 15: Lord 
Ripon's Revery (E.M.). Sept. 
26: The Gate of the Hundred 
Sorrows, 2^. Sept. 29: The Story 
of Tommy (E.M.). Oct. 10: The 
Descent of the Punka (E.M.). 
Oct. 20: Laid Low (E.M.). Dec. 
25: The Dream of Duncan Par- 
renness, iii. 
1885: A weekly article, * ' A Week in 
Lahore" (E.M.). Jan. 3: Procla- 
mation Day in Lahore (E.M.). 
Jan. 7: A Mofussil Exhibition 
(E.M.).March6:L— d D-ff-n's 
Cloture. Aug. 31: A Lost Leader, 
168. Sept. 4: An Indignant Pro- 
test. Sept. 10: "The City of 
Dreadful Night," 11, in. Sept. 
16: Trial by Judge. Oct. 8: His 
Excellency, 157; The Undertak- 
er's Horse, 24. Oct. 19 and 20: 
The City of Two Creeds. Oct. 
20: Carmen Simlaense, 441. Nov. 
I4: East and West, 11. Nov. 21: 
The Indian Delegates. Dec. 18: 
Exchange, 68. 
1886, Jan. I: The Compliments of 
the Season. Jan. 16: The Quid 
pro Quo. Jan. 30: Wisdom from 
the East (The Rupaiyat of Omar 
Kal'vin), 23. Feb. 9: Army Head- 
quarters, 22. Feb. 16: Study of an 
Elevation in India Ink, 23. Feb. 



23: Legend of the Foreign Office, 
23. March 3: The Story of Uriah, 
23. March 9: Public W^aste, 23. 
March 16: The Post that Fitted, 
23. March 23: The Man Who 
Could Write, 23. March 30: Pink 
Dominoes, 23. April 6: The Code 
of Morals, 23. April 13: The Last 
Department, 23. April 16: Plea 
of the Simla Dancers, 24. April 
26: Parturiunt Montes. April 30: 
In the House of Suddhoo, 2^. May 
8: Ballad of an Im-in-nt Lord 
(after E. A. Poe). May 13 and 
14: The Installation at Jamma, 
113. May 14: Fair Play. May 21 : 
Distress in the Himalayas. May 
26: A Levee in the Plain, 440. 
June 1 5 : Our Lady of Rest, 440. 
June 21 : Stationary. July 6: Re- 
view of Departmental Ditties, 24. 
Aug. 1 2 : From Olympus to Hades. 
Aug. 16: A Logical Extension. 
Aug. 26: Naboth, 12, in. Aug. 
27: A District at Play, 100. Aug. 
28: Les Miserables. Aug. 31: 
Concerning Sour Cream. Sept. 3: 
A Nightmare of Rule. Sept. 7: 
The Song of the Dancers. Sept. 8 : 
The Story of Muhammad Din, 11, 
2^). Sept. 10: Letter from Golam 
Singh, 99. Sept. 14: From the 
Dusk to the Dawn, 326. Sept. 15: 
June and September, 27. Sept. 17: 
What It Came To. Sept. 27: 
Meditations of Gringer Spuds. 
Sept. 29: Further Information; 
Prisoner and Captives, By One of 
Them. Oct. i : A Love Set. Oct. 
4: On a Recent Appointment. 



INDEX 



469 



Oct. 7: Ball Room Maxims and 
Moralities. Oct. 9: At the Bar 
("Cleared"). Oct. 11 : Delilah, 
26. Oct. 12: An Official Secret. 
Oct. 25 : The Vindication of Grant 
DufF. Nov. 2: Love-in-a-Mist, 37. 
Nov. 10: The Fall of Jock Gil- 
lespie, 27. Nov. 1 1 : How It Hap- 
pened, 37. Nov. 13: The Other 
Man, 25- Nov. 15: Le Roi en 
Exil. Nov. 17: Three and an Ex- 
tra, 35. Nov. 20: The Rescue of 
Pluffles, 35. Nov. 23: Alnaschar; 
The Arrest of Lieutenant Golight- 
ly, 36. Nov. 26: Love: *A Miss,* 
37. Nov. 29: Lispeth, 35. Dec. 
I: A Straight Flush, 37. Dec. 4: 
Venus Annodomini, 2^- Dec. 7: 
"Yoked with an Unbeliever," 35. 
Dec. 9: Consequences, 35. Dec. 
10: A Pinchbeck Goddess (Mrs. 
Kipling), 37; A Nightmare of 
Names. Dec. 13: A Scrap of 
Paper, 37; A Faithful Soul. Dec. 
16: Our Theatricals, 37. Dec. 18: 
Exchange. Dec. 25: The Mysti- 
fication of Santa Claus. 
1887, Jan. i: New Year's Resolu- 
tions. Jan. 7: The Plaint of the 
Junior Civilian, 440. Jan. 10: On 
the Strength of a Likeness, 37. 
Jan. 24: In Error, 2^. Jan. 31: 
Personal Responsibilities. Feb. 
14: A Little Learning, 37. Feb. 
18: For the Women, 44I. Feb. 22: 
By Honours. Feb. 25: His Wed- 
ded Wife, 36. March 4: The Bi- 
sara of Pooree, 2^. March 1 1 : The 
Three Musketeers, 35. March 16: 
By the Queen's Mercy. March 



21: Kidnapped, 2^' March 25: 
Watches of the Night, 35. March 
31: A Budget Estimate. April 2: 
His Chance in Life, 35. April 6: 
Broken-Link Handicap, 26. April 
1 1 : The Taking of Lungtungpen, 
35. April 14: A Bank Fraud, 2^- 
April 16: Tod's Amendment, 36. 
April 19: Bitters Neat, 38, 433. 
April 21: "As the Bell Clinks," 
27. April 25: Miss Youghal's Sais, 
35. April 28: The Conversion of 
Aurelian McGoggin, 35. May 2: 
A Friend's Friend, 2^- May 4: 
What the People Said (A Jubilee 
Ode. Punjab Peasant's Point 
of View), 27. May 5: In the 
Pride of his Youth, 2^- May 9: 
Municipal, 26. May 11 : The 
Daughter of the Regiment, 2^' 
May 17: A Germ Destroyer, 2^. 
May 20: Wressley of the Foreign 
Office, 37. May 27: Haunted 
Subalterns, 38, 433. June 2: A 
Tale of Two Cities (Love among 
the Ruins), 27. June 3: Pig, 2^- 
June 7: La Nuit Blanche (Natu- 
ral Phenomena), 26. June 10: By 
Word of Mouth, 37. July 6: The 
Case of Adamah (Smith). July 
15: The Hands of Justice, 99. 
Aug. 8: Serai Cabal, 99. Aug. 12: 
The Judgment of Paris, By a 
Witness, 94. Aug. 13: Misunder- 
stood (Blue Roses), 88. Aug. 15: 
An Old Song (The Frame and 
the Picture). Aug. 27: A District 
at Play. Sept. 14: The Witching 
of Teddy O'Neal. Sept. 15: Our 
Cat Hunt (Smith). Sept. 28: 



470 



INDEX 



The Hill of Illusion, 52. Oct. 4: 
Jews in Shushan, in. Oct. 7 : The 
Opinions of Gunner Barnabas, 
By his Friend and Partner, 94, 
100. Oct. 10: Hunting a Miracle, 
99; Itu and his God. Oct. 13: 
The Recurring Smash (S.T.). 
Oct. I4: In Answer. Oct. 17: The 
Story of a King, 99. Oct. 22: 
The Dreitarbund (S.T.), 93. 
Nov. 3: The Vengeance of Lai 
Beg, 99. Nov. 4: Cow House 
Jirga, 99. Nov. 21 : Bazaar Dhu- 
Up, 99. Dec. 31 : A Merry Christ- 
mas, By the Reveller. 
1888, Jan. I: The New Year's Ser- 
mon, By the Reveller, 67. Jan. 9: 
The Great Census (Smith), 67, 
99. Jan. II: Mr. Anthony Daw- 
king, By the Traveller, 67, 93; 
A Little Morality; The Grave 
of the Hundred Head, 28, 29, 244. 
Jan. 17: The Luck of Roaring 
Camp, By the Reveller, 67, 94. 
Jan. 18: The Bubbling Well Road, 
By the Traveller, 67, in. Jan. 
20: The Writing of Yakub Khan 
(Intercepted Correspondence), 99. 
Jan. 30: Landmarks in the Wil- 
derness, By the Traveller, 67. Feb. 
3: Verbatim et Litteratim, By 
the Traveller. Feb. 7: Struck He. 
Feb. 16: The Wedding Guest, 
By the Traveller, 67. Feb. 21: 
Council of the Gods, 95. March 
13: The City of Patan, By the 
Traveller, 67. March I4: Bread 
upon the Waters, 94, 100. March 
16: A Fallen Idol, 67, 93, 305. 
March 24: Pak Patan, By the 



Traveller, 68. March 27: The 
Minstrel, By his Owner's Friend, 

68. April 20: The Song of the 
Women, 28. May 4: A Day OflF, 
By One Who Took It, 68. May 
10: A Self-Made Man, 68, 99. May 
12: The Killing of Hatim Tai, 
By Din, 68, 93, 99. May 15: An 
Unpunishable Cherub, By his 
Friend and Partner, 68. May 17: 
Hot Weather Councils, 68. May 
18: In Gilded Halls, 47, 68. May 
26: "In the Days of Alexander" 
(K.), 68. May 28: Through the 
Fire, 68, in. May 31: Himala- 
yan Councils, By Al Jiwan, 68. 
June I: Explanation of Mir Baksh, 
99. June 4: The Fountain of 
Honour. June 6: The Burden of 
Nineveh, 68. July 10: That Dis- 
trict Log-Book, By the Keeper of 
It, 69, 93. July 1 2 ; The Track of a 
Lie, By One Who Followed It, 57, 

69, 152. July 13: His Natural 
Destiny. July 17: Little Tobrah, 
69, III. July 24: A Horrible 
Scandal. July 26: Haider Shah, 
By One Who Knows Him, 69. Aug. 
3: New Brooms, 69, 305. Aug. 6: 
Sketches of Native Writers, I — 
Honorary Magistrates, By K. 
Aug. I4: Exercises in Admin- 
istration, 69. Sept. I: Baboo 
Mookerji's Undertaking, By the 
Witness, 69. Sept. 4: A Points- 
man's Error, By the Traveller; 
A Job Lot. Sept. 18: Hans Breit- 
mann as an Administrator, 424. 
Oct. 10: The Way av Ut. Oct. 
25: Campaigning Phrase Book. 



INDEX 



471 



Oct. 26: Tiglath Pileser, 69, 94, 
305. Nov. 5: What It Comes To, 
100. Nov. 23: The Betrothed 
(The Meditation of William Kirk- 
land), 28. Dec. 10: One Viceroy- 
Resigns, 28. 

1889, March 30: Abaft the Funnel, 
I — A Menagerie Aboard, 69, 304, 
April 4: Wandering Jew, 69, iii. 
April 16: Abaft the Funnel, II — 
Reingelder and the German Flag, 
70, III. April 25: Abaft the Fun- 
nel, III — The Wreck of the Visi- 
goth, 70, 150, 191, 439. May 29: 
Abaft the Funnel, IV— Lang Men 
o' Larut, 70, iii. June i: It, 70, 
305. July 13: Abaft the Funnel, 
VI— Of Those Called, 70, 150. 
July 18: Abaft the Funnel, VII — 
A Smoke of Manila, 70, 305. July 
20: The Red Lamp, 70, 305. July 
31: Griffiths, the Safe Man, 70, 
305. Aug. 2: The Shadow of his 
Hand, 70, 305. Aug. 21: Abaft 
the Funnel, VIII — Erastasius of 
the Whanghoa, 70, 304. Sept. 10: 
The Bow Flume Cable-Car, 70, 

305. Sept. 1 8 : A Little More Beef, 
70, 305. Sept. 19: Her Little 
Responsibility, 70, 304. Nov. 23: 
The History of a Fall, 71, 305. 
Dec. 10 and 16: The New Dis- 
pensation — London in a Fog, 71, 

306. Dec. 23: In Partibus, 71, 
306, 412. 

1890, Jan. 2: The Three Young 
Men — London in a Fog, 71, 306. 
Jan. II and 15: "My Great and 
Only," 71, 306. Jan. 23: The Be- 
trayal of Confidences, 71, 306. 



Jan. 25: The Adoration of the 
Mage, 71, 306. Jan. 29: A Death 
in Camp, 71, 306. Feb. 8: A 
Really Good Time, 71, 306. Feb. 
21: On Exhibition, 71, 306. Feb. 
27: Between Twelve and Two 
(E.M.). Sept. 23: Interview with 
Mark Twain, 231. 
1892, May 4: In Sight of Mount 
Monadnock, 398. May 13 and 
14: Across the Continent, 398. 
May 31 : Poor Jack's Yarn. July 
8: The Exiles' Line, 393. July 9 
and 16: The Edge of the East, 
398. Aug. 8 and 25: Our Over- 
seas Men, 398. Aug. 22 and 27: 
Some Earthquakes, 398. Sept. 3 
and 5: Half-a-Dozen Pictures, 
398. Dec. 10 and 12: "Captains 
Courageous," 398. Dec. 17 and 
19: On One Side Only, 399. Dec. 
27 and 28: My Lord the Ele- 
phant, 131. Dec. 30: My First 
Book, 142, 391. Dec. 31: Primum 
Tempus, 127, 163. 

1894, Jan. 5, 6, 15, 16, 17: The Son 
of his Father, 233, 415. 

1895, July 19, 20, 22, 26, 27, 29: 
Good Hunting (Red Dog), 143- 
146. Sept.27, 28, 30, Oct. 4, 5,7: 
Spring Running, I46. 

Civil & Military Gazette Press, The 

1 8 8 1 : Schoolboy Lyrics, 4. 

1884: Echoes, II, 1 4-1 6. 

1885: Quartette, 16. 

1886: Departmental Ditties and 
Other Verses, 22. 

1888: Turnovers, 65-71. 

1890: "My Great and Only," 72. 
Civil Wars, 446. 



472 



INDEX 



"Cleared," 73, 74, 124, 126. 

Separate issue, 74. 
Coastwise Lights, The, 161, 245, 337. 
Code of Morals, A, 23. 
Cold Iron (prose), 308, 314, 338, 444. 

Copyright edition, 308. 
Cold Iron (poem), 314, 325, 425, 444. 
Collar-Wallah and the Poison Stick, 

430- 
Collectanea (Mansfield and Wessels), 

183, 198. 
Collectanea (Caxton Brochures), 198. 
Collected Verse, 291, 292. 
College Echoes 

1923, Oct., New Series: I, The 

Nurses, 415; II, Address and 

Letter, 419. 
Collier, P. F., & Son 
Sahib edition, no. 
Collier s Weekly 

1900, March 10: "Bobs," 127. 
July 7: Folly Bridge, 245. 

1 901, Dec. 7: A Sahibs' War, 276. 

1902, Aug. 2: The Crab that Played 
with the Sea, 258. Dec. 6: The 
Captive, 263. 

1903, March 7: The Settler, 264. 
Aug. 15: The Bonds of Discipline, 
276. Aug. 29: The Tabu Tale, 259. 
Oct. 3 and 10: Their Lawful Oc- 
casions, 269. 

1904, Aug. 4: Things and the Man, 

390- 

1905, Aug. <;: The Pro-Consuls, 389, 
402. Nov. 4: The Heritage, 281, 

327- 

1906, Feb. 17: The Puzzler, 302. 

1907, Dec. 7: A Deal in Cotton, 302. 

1908, March, April, May: The 
Eldest Sister, 294, 325, 327, 328, 



Z^*^-) 39°- Nov. 28: The Mother 
Hive (Adventures of Melissa), 302. 
1909, March 27: Little Foxes, 302. 
1910: The Dead King, 316. 
1919, April 19: Scholars, 384. 

Columns, 268. 

Comet, The 
The Vampire, 177. 

Comet of the Season, The, 72. 

Comforters, The, 368, 445. 

Common Task, The, 355. 

Commonplaces, 15. 

Complete Motorist, The (A. B. Filson 
Young), 273. 

Comprehension of Private Copper, 
The, 276, 323, 442. 

Concerning Lucia, 93, 95. 

Concernyng Swaggers, 8. 

Conclusion, A, 400. 

Conference of the Powers, A, 79, 83, 
84, 109, 131, 224, 231, 434. 

Confessions, 326. 

Conkey (W. B.) Co. 

Alta edition, 77; Departmental Dit- 
ties, 77. 

Consequences, 35, 37, 433. 

Contemporary Review, The 

1890, Sept.: The Enlightenments of 
Pagett, M.P., 51, 54. 

1 891, July: The Finest Story in the 
World, 57, 131. 

Contradictions, 270. 

Conundrum of the Workshops, The, 

76, 121, 122, 154,339- 
Conventionality, 5. 
Conversion of Aurelian McGoggin, 

The, 35, 433- 
Conversion of St. Wilfrid, The, 310, 

315,445- 
Copyright edition, 310. 



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473 



Convert, The, 326. • 
Cornhill Booklet, The 

1900, Aug.: Occasional Poems, 127, 
159,178, 183,238-241. 
Cornhill Press, The 

In Sight of Mount Monadnock, 138; 

The Gipsy Trail, 280. 
Correspondence, 9. 
Cosmopolis 

1897, April and May: The Slaves of 
the Lamp, 173, 223. 
Cosmopolitan Magazine 

1894, Dec: An Error in the Fourth 
Dimension, 191. 

1895, July.: The Maltese Cat, 190. 
1900, Nov. and Dec: The Way that 

He Took, 394, 414. 
I9i4,july: Egypt of the Magicians, 
400; The Virginity, 390. Aug.: 
Cairo, Sorceress of Cities, 400; 
The Oldest Song, 389. Sept. : Social 
Reform in Egypt, 400; The Pil- 
grim's Way, 389. Oct.: Inter- 
viewing Pharaoh, 400; He that 
. Died o' Wednesday. Nov.: Dead 
of Old Battles, 400. Dec: Sudan 
the Respectable, 400; Mary's Son, 

389- 
1918, June: A Flight of Fact, 415. 
1924, Aug.: Enemies to Each Other. 
Dec: The Bull that Thought. 
Council of the Gods, The, 95. 
Counting-Out Song, A, 415. 
Country Life in America 

1902, Dec: Pan in Vermont, 262, 

394- 
1914, June: An Unrecorded Trial, 

293- 
1920, June: The Glory of the Gar- 
den. 



Country Life Press, The, 390. 

Courting of Dinah Shadd, The, 64, 78, 
79, 82-84, 112, 166, 217, 404, 434. 
Separate issue, 217. 

Courting of Dinah Shadd and Other 
Stories, The, 78, 79, 83. 

Courting of Dinah Shadd — A Contri- 
bution to Bibliography, 82. 

Covenant, The, 343, 388. 
Copyright edition, 343. 

Covenanter, The 

1 914, May 20: The Covenant, 344. 

Cow House Jirga, The, 99. 

Crab that Made the Tides, The, 257. 

Crab that Played with the Sea, The, 
257> 258, 232y 442. 

Craftsman, The, 388. 

Credat Judaeus, 5. 

Critic, The 

1897, May 8: The Vampire, 177. 
May 15: Our Lady of the Snows, 
199. June 4: Letter from the 
School Budget. July 31: Reces- 
sional, 182. Oct.: Quebec (limer- 
ick) ; Letter from the Tenth Island, 
172. 

1898, Sept.: The Destroyers, 193. 
Dec: The Truce of the Bear, 
266. 

1899, March: Letter from The 
Cruise of the "Cachalot," 202. 

1903, March: Kipling v. Putnam. 
Critic Leaflets, 185. 
Crowell, T. Y., & Co.; Crowell & 
Dunlop 
Recessional,! 83; Barrack-Room Bal- 
lads and Other Poems, 171; Kipling 
Day by Day, 341. 
Cruise of the "Cachalot," The (Frank 
Bullen), 202. 



474 



INDEX 



Cruisers, 220, 266. 

Copyright edition, 220, 
Crystals of Iswara, 118, 328. 
Cuckoo Song, 298, 299, 325. 

Copyright edition, 298. 
Cupid's Arrows, 35, 40, 432. 
Current Literature 

1900, Jan.: The Flag of England. 
April; "Bobs." 

1 90 1, July: Bill 'Awkins; "When 
'Omer Smote 'is Bloomin' Lyre"; 
The Vampire; Recessional. 

1902, June: Cecil Rhodes (The 
Burial). 

1904, Oct.: Things and the Man. 
1906, Dec: The Magic of Words. 

1909, April: The Foreloper. Sept.: 
The City of Brass. Dec: Scouts' 
Patrol Song. 

1 910, Nov.: If. 

191 1, Dec: The Female of the Spe- 
cies. 

Current Opinion 

1913, Jan.: St. Helena's Lullaby. 

1914, Feb.: To James Whitcomb 
Riley. 

1918, Aug.: The Irish Guards. 
Cursing of Stephen, The, 15. 



Daily Chronicle, The 

1896, June 10: The Flowers, 162. 
Daily Express, The 

1900, June 12 and 13: The Way that 
He Took, 394, 4I4. June 19-21: 
The Outsider, 245. June 26-July 
4: A Burgher of the Free State, 
246. 
Daily Mail, The 

1897, April 17: The Vampire, 177. 



1899, Oct. 31: The Absent-Minded 
Beggar, 225, 242. 

1900, April: Auld Lang Syne, 239, 
241, 412. April 4: General Jou- 
bert, 266. April 21-25: With 
Number Three, 241. May i and 2: 
Surgical and Medical, 241. Junei: 
The Song of the White Men, 238, 
240, 394. 

1904, Feb. 5, 6, 9, 13, 17, 23: The 
Muse among the Motors, 269,270, 
456. Aug. 6: Letter relating to 
The Army of a Dream, 273. Sept. 
12: Letter on Motoring, 273. 
Sept. 13: Letter to Robert D'Hu- 
miere, 281. 

Daily Neu;s, The 

1917, July24: Lines in aid of King's 
College Hospital, Dulwich. 

Daily Telegraph, The 

1914, May 2c: The Covenant, 388. 
Nov. 19: Lord Roberts, 396. Dec. 
7, 10, 14, 19, 21, 24: The New 
Army in Training, 349, 350. 

1915, Jan. 28: National Bands, 351. 
Sept. 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 17: France 
at War, 354. Nov. 20, 23, 25, 27, 
30, Dec. 2: The Fringes of the 
Fleet, 357. Nov. 3c: A Song in 
Storm, 390. 

1 9 1 6, Oct. 1 9, 23, 26, 3 1 : Destroyers 
at Jutland, 2^3- Oct. 26: Zion, 
390. Oct. 31: The Verdicts, 390. 
Dec. 23: A Nativity, 376. 

1917, April 13: The Choice, 374, 
388. June 6, 9, 13, 16, 20: War in 
the Mountains, 372. 

191 8, Oct. 17: The Greek National 
Anthem, 393. 

1919, Jan. 29: The Scholars, 384. 



I 



INDEX 



475 



Feb. 5: Great-Heart, 384, 394. 

Aug. 4: The River's Tale, 322. 
1925, April 15: Chartres Windows, 

427. 
D.C.'s Story, The, 26. 
Dane-Geld, 446. 
Danny Deever, 75, 78, 122, 125, 154, 

339, 452. 
Darzee's Chaunt, 135, 334, 437. 
Daughter of the Regiment, The, 2^» 

3B, 433- 
Dawn off the Foreland, 356, 357. 
Dawn Wind, The, 322, 382, 446. 
Day Off, A, 68. 
Day's Work, The, 91, 189-192, 308, 

438, 439, 448, 450, 452-455, 458- 
American edition, 189. 
English edition, 190. 
Day's Work, Many Inventions, 457. 
De Profundis, A Ballade of Bitterness, 

9,412. 
Dead King, The, 316, 388. 
Dead Kings, 400. 
Dead of Old Battles, The, 400. 
Deal in Cotton, A, 224, 302, 444. 
Death in Camp, A, 71, 306. 
Death of General Joubert, The, 266. 
Death-Bed, A, 388. 
Debating Society Notes, 9. 
Declaration of London, The, 388. 

Copyright edition, 319. 
Deeper and Deeper Still, 93, 95. 
Deep-Sea Cables, 161. 
Delhi— 1857 (Col. Keith Young), 1 87. 
Delilah, 26. 
Delineator, 'The 

1909, Sept.: Cold Iron, 308. Oct.: A 

Doctor of Medicine, 309. Nov.: 

The Wrong Thing, 309. Dec: 

Gloriana, 310. 



1910, Jan.: The Conversion of St. 

Wilfrid, 310. Feb.: The Tree of 

Justice, 310. June: Simple Simon, 

311. July: Brother Square-Toes, 

311. Aug.: "A Priest in spite of 

Himself," 312. 
Democracy the Enemy of the Empire, 

400. 
Departmental Ditties, Barrack-Room 

Ballads and Other Verses, 54, 75, 

221,440,450-452,456. 
Departmental Ditties, Barrack-Room 

Ballads, The Five Nations, The 

Seven Seas, 457. 
Departmental Ditties and Other 

Verses, 1 8, 22-32, 73, 77, 140, 308, 

449, 454- 
First edition, 22. 
Second edition, 25. 
Third edition, 26. 
Fourth edition, 27. 
Fifth edition, 30. 
Sixth edition, 30. 
Seventh and eighth editions, 30. 
Ninth edition, 31. 
Newnes edition, 31. 
Pirated editions 
American, 29, 77. 
English, 32. 
Departmental Ditties and Other 

Verses (facsimile), 25. 
Departmental Ditties and The Vam- 
pire, 199, 200. 
Departmental Ditties, The Vampire, 
and Our Lady of the Snows, 
199. 
Departure, A, 415. 
Derelict, The, 162, 425. 
Destroyers, The, 193, 266, 268, 348. 
Copyright edition, 193. 



476 



INDEX 



Destroyers at Jutland, 362, 2^3) 

Copyright edition, 362, 363. 
Detroit Free Press 

1890, Dec: The Record of Badalia 
Herodsfoot, 83, 132. 

1891, Jan., Feb., March: American 
Notes, 106. 

Devil and the Deep Sea, The, 190, 

439- 
Diana of Ephesus, 26, 27. 
Dillingham, G. W. 

Out of India, 95, 105, 147. 
Dirge of Dead Sisters, 267. 
Dirge of the Langurs, 233' 
"DIs aliter visum," 11. 
District at Play, A, 100. 
Disturber of Traffic, The, 131, 436. 
Diversity of Creatures, A, 366-369, 

445> 447^ 448, 450j 453> 456- 
English edition, 2^6. 
American edition, 367. 

Diversity of Creatures, A, Letters of 
Travel, 457. 

Divided Allegiance, 17. 

Divided Destinies, 23, 24, 113. 

Doctor of Medicine, A, 309, 315, 445. 
Copyright edition, 309. 

Doctors, 293. 

Dodge Publishing Co. 

Recessional and Departmental Dit- 
ties; The Man Who Would be King 
and Other Stories, 84; Abaft the 
Funnel, 304. 

Dog Hervey, The, 368, 445. 

"Donee gratus eram," 10, 440. 

Doorkeepers of ZIon, The, 363. 

Doubleday & McClure Co. 

1898: The Day's Work, 189; The 
Destroyers, 193. 



1899: Soldiers' Tales, 166; Kipling 
Birthday Book, 168; The White 
Man's Burden, 207; The Brush- 
wood Boy, 219; The King, 220; 
Cruisers, 220; Departmental Dit- 
ties, Barrack Room Ballads, and 
Ballads, 221; Stalky & Co., 222; 
From Sea to Sea, 108, 229; The 
Man Who Would be King, 57; 
The Courting of Dinah Shadd, 84; 
The Drums of the Fore and Aft, 
60; Without Benefit of Clergy, 
84; The Incarnation of Krishna 
Mulvaney, 84; The Light that 
Failed, 88. 

1900: Swastika edition, 451. 
Doubleday, Page & Co. 

1 90 1: Kim, 247, 249; Railway 
Reform in Great Britain, 250; 
Bridge-Guard in the Karroo, 
251; The Lesson, 252; The Re- 
former, 254. 

1902: The Islanders, 255; Below the 
Mill Dam, 256; Just So Stories, 
256. 

1903: Just So Song Book, 259; The 
Five Nations, 265; The Light 
that Failed, 88. 

1904: The Muse among the Motors, 
270; The Army of a Dream, 271; 
Traffics and Discoveries, 275. 

1906: "They," 274; Puck of Pook's 
Hill, 283; South Africa, 288. 

1907: Collected Verse, 291. 

1909: With the Night Mail, 297; 
Abaft the Funnel, 307; Cuckoo 
Song, 298; A Song of the English, 
161, 164, 299, 300; Actions and 
Reactions, 301 ; The City of Brass, 
303; A Patrol Song, 303; Stories 



INDEX 



477 



and Poems Every Child Should 
Know, 307. 

1910: The Horse Marines, 312; Col- 
lected Verse (illustrated by Heath 
Robinson), 292; Rewards and 
Fairies, 313. 

191 1 : The Spies' March, 317; 
The Declaration of London, 319; 
Three Poems, 319; A History of 
England, 321. 

1912: Songs from Books, 324; Just 
So Stories (illustrated by J. M. 
Gleason), 259; The Female of the 
Species, 334; If, 314; Ulster, 334. 

1913: An Unrecorded Trial, 340; 
France, 341. 

1914: Some Aspects of Travel, 342; 
The Covenant, 343; Lord Rob- 
erts, 346; The Outlaws, 346; The 
New Army in Training, 349. 

191 5: France at War, 355; The 
Fringes of the Fleet, 356. 

1 91 6: The Fringes of the Fleet, 358; 
Tales of the Trade, 360; The 
Destroyers at Jutland, 362; The 
Neutral, 364. 

1 91 7: Sea Warfare, 364; A Diver- 
sity of Creatures, 367; War in the 
Mountains, 371; Mesopotamia, 
374; The Holy War, 375; A Na- 
tivity, 376; The Eyes of Asia 
(separately), 369, 370. 

1 91 8: The Eyes of Asia, 370; The 
Song of the Lathes, 377; The Irish 
Guards, 378; A Pilgrim's Way, 
379; The Greek National Anthem, 
379; Justice, 380. 

1919: Scholars, 384; Great-Heart, 
384; Supports, 385; The Gods of 
the Copybook Headings, 385; The 



Years Between, 387; Verse, In- 
clusive Edition, 392. 

1920; The Feet of the Young Men, 
394; Letters of Travel, 397. 

1 92 1: The Mind of the English, 
396; Selected Stories, 404. 

1922: The First Assault on the Sor- 
bonne, 407; The King's Pilgrim- 
age, 407; Anthology (prose), 410; 
Anthology (verse), 410. 

1923: Land and Sea Tales, 414; The 
Just-So Stories Painting Books, 
261 ; Hunterian Festival,4i6; The 
Irish Guards in the Great War, 
418; Calendar, 419; Indepen- 
dence, 419; Address at Dundee, 
420; Miniature Series, 452. 

1924: London Stone (Town), 421; 
Independence, 420; The Two 
Jungle Books, 136. 

1925: The Shipping Industry, 427; 
Chartres Windows, 427; A Choice 
of Song, 427; Songs for Youth, 
425. 

1926: The Rector's Memory. 
American trade edition, 449, 450. 

Pocket edition, 451. 

Swastika edition, 451. 

Seven Seas edition, 456. 

New World edition, 456. 

Mandalay edition, 457. 
Dove of Dacca, The, 74, 126. 
Doxey 

Departmental Ditties, 200; Barrack- 
Room Ballads, 201 ; Mandalay, 125; 

The Vampire, 177; Recessional, 181, 

183. 
Dray Wara Yow Dee, 50, 435. 
Dream of Duncan Parrenness, The, 



478 



INDEX 



Dreitarbund, The, 93. 

Drums of the Fore and Aft, The, 58, 
60, 165,359,404,434. 
Separate issue, 60. 

Drums of the Fore and Aft, Wee Wil- 
lie Winkie, 224. 

Dusky Crew, The, 3, 4, 213. 

Dutch in the Medway, The, 322, 446. 

Dying Chauffeur, The, 270. 

Dykes, The, 266. 

" Dymchurch Flit," 285, 443. 

Early Verse, 4, 5, 8-15, 22, 440, 448. 

East and West, 11. 

'Eathen,The, 164. 

Eccentricities of Genius (J. B. Pond), 

232. 
Echo, An, 4. 
Echo, the 

1896, March 12: Hymn Before Ac- 
tion, 159, 162. 
Echoes, 1 4- 1 6. 
Eclectic Magazine, The 

1 891, Dec: His Private Honour, 105, 

Eddi's Service, 314, 326, 426, 445. 
Edge of the East, The, 139. 
Edge of the Evening, The, 388. 
Editions 

Collier, P. F., & Son 

Sahib edition, no. 
Doubleday, Page & Co. 

American trade edition, 449, 450. 

Pocket edition, 451. 

Swastika edition, 456. 

Seven Seas edition, 456. 

New World edition, 456. 

Mandalay edition, 457. 
Edinburgh Society 

Mandalay edition, no. 



Heinemann & Balestier 
English Library, 457. 
Lovell & Co. 

Lotus edition, 62. 
Macmillan & Co. 

Edition de Luxe, 447. 
Uniform edition, 452. 
Pocket edition, 453. 
Service edition, 454. 
Bombay edition, 454. 
Methuen & Co. 

Poetical Works, 454. 
Thin-Paper edition, 454. 
Putnam's (G. P.) Sons 

Brushwood edition, 449. 
Scribner's (Charles) Sons 

Outward Bound edition, 432. 
Tauchnitz edition, 458. 
Editorial, 8, 9. 

Education of Otis Yeere, The, 52, 436. 
Egg Shell, The, 276, 330. 
Egoism, 15. 
Egypt of the Magicians, 368, 379, 400, 

447- 
Eldest Sister, The, 399. 
Elephant and the Lark's Nest, The, 

237. 
Elephant's Child, The, 234, 258, 261, 

333,338,441. 
Empire and the Century, The, 282, 

327- 
En-Dor, 388. 
Enemies to Each Other. See Good 

Housekeeping. 
Engineer, The — The Chief Justice's 

Tale, 269, 270. 
England and the English, 395, 396. 
England and the War (Andr6 Chevril- 

lon), 373. 
England's Answer, 161, 244, 245. 



/ 



INDEX 



479 



English Flag, The, 115, 124, 164, 244, 

245,428. 
English Illustrated Magazine 

1 890, Aug. : The Gift of the Sea, 75. 
1893, May: The Song of the Eng- 
lish, 161. 
English Library, 457. 
English Race, "The 

1920, July: England and the Eng- 
lish, 396. 
English School, An, 12, 171, 224, 

415. 
Enlightenments of Pagett, M.P., The, 

5i>54,435- 
Envy, Hatred and Malice, 5. 
Epitaphs, 388. 

Erastasius of the Whanghoa, 70, 304. 
Error in the Fourth Dimension, An, 

191, 439- 
Estes (Dana) & Co. 
The Young of Heart Series, 59: 

His Majesty the King, Wee Willie 

Winkie, 224; The Drums of the 

Fore and Aft, 60. 
Estunt the Griff, 16. 
Et Cetera, A Collector's Scrap Book, 

405. 
Et Dona Ferentes, 166, 267. 
Evarra and his Gods, 76, 121, 122. 
Everybody's Magazine 

1900, Oct.: The Burgher of the Free 

State, 315. 
1902, Oct.: The Comprehension of 

Private Copper, 276. 
1912, March: In the Presence, 368. 
Exchange, 168. 
Exchange Quotations, 68. 
Excursion, The, 8. 
Exercises in Administration, 69. 
Exiles' Line, The, 393. 



Explanation, The, 76, 78, 121, 122, 
126,198,199. 

Explanation of Mir Baksh, The, 99. 

Explanation, Parody and Criticism of 
"The White Man's Burden," 209. 

Explorer, The, 266, 268, 337, 426, 428. 

Eye of Allah, The. See McCaWs Mag- 
azine. 

Eyes of Asia, The, 369-371. 
Separate issues, 369, 370. 

Fables for the Staff, 237, 242. 

Fables for the Young, 9, 10, 412. 

Fabulists, The, 368, 446. 

Face of the Desert, The, 400. 

Failure, 16. 

Fairies' Siege, The, 249, 326. 

Faith-Cup of the White Men, The, 
238. 

Fall of Jock Gillespie, The, 27. 

Fallen Idol, A, 67, 93, 305. 

False Dawn, 35, 54, 432. 

Fame's Tribute to Children, 118. 

Family Magazine, 'The (Sunday news- 
paper supplement) 
191 1, May: The Honours of War, 
368. 

" Farewell and adieu to you," 356, 357. 

Fastness, 270, 271. 

Fate's Discourtesy, 357. 

Fatima, 47, 436. 

Feet of the Young Men, The, 266, 268, 
426. 
Separate issue, 394. 

Female of the Species, The, 388. 
Separate issue, 334. 

Fenno, R. F., & Co. 

Columbia Series; The Phantom 
'Rickshaw; Plain Tales from the 
Hills, 40; Letters of Marque, 103; 



480 



INDEX 



Soldiers Three; The Story of the 
Gadsbys, In Black and White; 
Under the Deodars, Wee Willie 
Winkie, 54; The City of Dreadful 
Night, American Notes; Depart- 
mental Ditties and Other Verses; 
Mine Own People, 57; Barrack- 
Room Ballads. 

Fifth Book of Horace, The, 401. 

Figaro^ Le 

Letter from Kipling, 281. 

Fight at Heriot's Ford, The, 330. 

Files, The, 267. 

Finances of the Gods, The, 244, 245, 

435- 
"Finest Story in the World, The," 12, 

i3i>436. 
Separate issue, 131. 
Fires, The, 292. 

First American Editions, 61,62. 
First Assault upon the Sorbonne, The, 

407. 
First Chantey, The, 161. 
First Friend, The, 260. 
Fishing Gazette, 'The 

1890, Dec. 13: On Dry-Cow Fishing 

as a Fine Art, 431. 
Five Complete Novels from Lippin- 

cott's Magazine, 90. 
Five Nations, The, 265-268, 308, 442, 

448, 450, 454, 458. 
American edition, 265. 
English edition, 265. 
Five Nations, The, The Seven Seas, 

456. 
Flag, The, 293, 456. 
Flag of England, The, 73, 115. 
Flag of their Country, The, 223, 441. 
Fleet in Being, A, 197, 455, 458. 
Flight of Fact, A, 415. 



Flight of the Bucket, The, 1 5. 

Floods, The, 368, 446. 

Flowers, The, 162, 164, 244, 245, 382. 

Follicular Tonsilitis, 4, 10. 

"Follow Me 'Ome," 163. 

Folly Bridge, 245. 

Food and War, 106. 

For All We Have and Are, 344-346, 

374,382,388. 
For Britain's Soldiers, 233. 
For One Night Only, 90. 
For the Women, 118, 441. 
For to Admire, 164, 429. 
Ford o' Kabul River, 123, 425. 
Foreloper, The, 327, 339, 399. 
Fortnightly Review, The 

1890, Feb.: One View of the Ques- 
tion, 131. May: The Lamentable 
Comedy of W' illow W^ood, 90. 

1 89 1, Feb.: Railway Reform in 
Great Britain, 250. 

Fortunate Towns, The, 400. 
Forty Tales from the Hills, 39. 
Four Angels, The, 302, 330, 444. 
Four Seas Co., The 

The Man Who Would be King, 84. 
Four Songs from The Fringes of the 

Fleet, 357. 
Fragment of a Projected Poem, A, 5. 
Fragmenta Condita, 8, 71, 188, 411, 

412. 
Frame and the Picture, The, 28. 
France, 341, 352, 355, 388. 

Copyright edition, 341. 
France at War, 342, 353-355. 

Copyright edition, 354. 

English edition, 354. 

American edition, 355. 
Frankie's Trade, 315, 330, 445. 
French Wars, The, 322, 447. 



INDEX 



481 



Fresh Yarns, 107. 

Friend, The, 235-238, 240-242, 251, 

394. 
Friend of the Family, A. See Hearst 

Magazine. 
Friendly Brook, The, 367, 445. 
Friend's Friend, A, 2^, 38, 360, 433. 
Fringes of the Fleet, The, 356-359, 

Copyright edition, 356. 

American edition, 358. 

English edition, 358. 
From a Winter Note Book, 399. 
From Pillar to Post (H. C. Lowther), 

.323- 
From Sea to Sea, 100, 103, 108, 229- 

231, 439, 448, 450-453, 455, 457, 
458; 
American edition, 229. 
Canadian edition, 229. 
English edition, 230. 
From Sea to Sea, American Notes, 
The City of Dreadful Night, 451. 
From Sea to Sea, Letters of Marque, 

451. 
From Sea to Sea, Letters of Travel, 

American Notes, 451. 
From Sea to Sea and Other Sketches, 

Letters of Travel, 457. 
From the Dusk to the Dawn, 326. 
From the Hills, 18. 
From the Masjid-al-Aqsa of Sayyid 

Ahmed (Wahabi), 276, 327. 
From the Wings, 5. 
From Tideway to Tideway, 398, 447. 
Front Door, The, 5. 
Frowde, Henry 
Three Poems, 319; A History of 
England, 320. 
Fumes of the Heart, The, 369, 371. 



" Fuzzy- Wuzzy," 75, 78, 122, 125, 154, 
339, 425. 

Gable (William) sale catalogue, 3, 405. 
Galley Slave, The, 29. 
Gallihauk's Pup, 72. 
Gallio's Song, 302, 327, 444. 
Garden of Eden, The, 47, 1 50, 436. 
Gardener, The. See McCalVs Maga- 
zine. 
Garm — A Hostage, 302, 444. 
Gate of the Hundred Sorrows, The, 

36, 37, 433. 
Gehazi, 389. 
Gemini, 50, 51,435. 
General Joubert, 237, 243, 266. 
General Summary, 22, 338. 
Genesis of British War Poetry, The, 

164. 
Gentlemen-Rankers, 123. 
Gentlewoman, The 

1895, Dec, and 1896, Jan.: William 

the Conqueror, 190. 
Geological Society, Journal of the. 342. 
Georgie Porgie, iii,435- 
Germ Destroyer, A, 2^, 38, 245, 360, 

433. 
Gethsemane, 388, 389. 
GifFen's Debt, 24, 27. 
Gift of the Sea, The, 75, 76, 122. 
Gipsy Trail, The, 278-280, 339, 393, 
452. 
Separate issues, 278, 279. 
Giridih Coal Fields, The, 95, 440. 
Gloriana, 310, 314, 444. 

Copyright edition, 310. 
Glory of the Garden, The, 320, 322, 
382, 426, 447, 452. 
Separate issue, 320. 
Glossary, 30, 207. 



482 



INDEX 



God from the Machine, The, 44, 434. 

Gods in London, The, 132. 

Gods of the Copybook Headings, The, 

385, 386. 

Copyright edition, 385. 
Golam Singh in England, 99. 
Good Housekeeping 

ig24, Aug.: Enemies to Each Other. 
Good Hunting, 143, 144, 146. 
Goose ^uill. The, 14,1. 
Gosse, Edmund, The Library of, 129, 

412. 
Gow's Watch, 249, 329, 331. 
Grabhorn, Edwin and Robert 

The Man to Watch, 395. 
Grand Magazine, The 

igi4, Aug.: Enemies to Each Other. 
Graphic, The 

1895, Christmas number: The Devil 
and the Deep Sea, 190. 

1896, Christmas number: "Bread 
upon the Waters," 190. 

Grave of the Hundred Head, The, 28, 

29, 244. 
Graves of the Fallen, The, 386. 
Great Census, The, 67, 99. 
Great Fishing, 107. 
Great-Heart, 384, 385, 394, 452. 

Copyright edition, 384. 
Great Krishna Mulvaney, 79. 
Greek National Anthem, The, 379, 

380, 393. 
Copyright edition, 379. 
Separate issue, 380. 
Green's Scholastic Series of Poetry 

Cards, 204. 
Griffiths, the Safe Man, 70, 305. 
Grosset, Alex., & Co. 
Ten Gems, 216. 

Recessional, 183; The Vampire, 



177; "Tommy," 78; "Fuzzy- 
Wuzzy," 78; Belts, 78; Danny 
Deever, 78; The Betrothed, 29; 
Mandalay, 78; Gunga Din, 78; 
The Undertaker's Horse, 24, 78. 
Kipling Masterpieces 
Without Benefit of Clergy, 84; 
The Man Who Would be King, 
84; The Incarnation of Krishna 
Mulvaney, 84; The Courting of 
Dinah Shadd, 84; The Strange 
Ride of Morrowbie Jukes, 57. 
The Ballad of East and West, 125; 
Barrack-Room Ballads; Child Sto- 
ries, 41, 60; The City of Dreadful 
Night, 96; Letters of Marque. 
Guiding Book, The, 164, 423. 
Gunga Din, 75, 78, 122, 339, 382, 425. 

Separate issues, 78. 
Guns and Supply, 349. 
Guynemer, Knight of the Air, 383. 
Gypsy Trail, The, 278-280. 

Habitation Enforced, An, 301, 404, 

443- 
Hadramauti, 327. 
Haider Shah, 69. 
Hal o' the Draft, 284, 443. 
Hale's Longer English Poems, 13. 
Half-a-Dozen Pictures, 398. 
Half-Ballad of Waterval, 268. 
Halifax, Quebec, and Montreal, 161. 
Hall-Fitzgibbon-Halsey sale catalogue, 

405. 
Hands of Justice, The, 99. 
Hans Breitmann as an Administrator, 

424. 
Harbour Watch, The, 339. 
Harp Song of the Dane Women, 284, 

443- 



INDEX 



483 



Harper & Brothers 

The Courting of Dinah Shadd and 
Other Stories, 78; Kipling Kalendar, 
213. 
Harper s Monthly 

1900, May: Leaves from a Winter 

Note Book, 399. 
1909, Sept. and Oct.: The House 
Surgeon, 302. Dec: The Knife 
and the Naked Chalk, 314. 
191 1, Dec: In the Same Boat, 368. 
1920, Jan.: The Gods of the Copy- 
book Maxims, 386. 
Harper s Short Stories 

1890, Sept.: Great Krishna Mul- 
vaney, 79. 
Harper's Weekly 

1890, March i: The Courting of 
Dinah Shadd, 79. April 15: The 
Man Who Was, 79. May 31: The 
Conference of the Powers, 79, 

131. June 7: Without Benefit of 
Clergy, 79. Aug. 23: On Green- 
how Hill, 79. Nov. 15 and 22: 
The Record of Badalia Herods- 
foot, 132. 

1 89 1, April 25: The Last Relief, 40. 
July 4: Some Notes on a Bill, 
403. Oct. 17: "Brugglesmith," 

132. Dec I : The Children of the 
Zodiac, 132. 

893, Dec: The Son of his Father, 

i9i> 233, 415- 

894, March 3: Her Majesty's Ser- 



Kitchener's School, 



vants, 135. 

898, Dec 21: 
241. 

899, Sept. 30: " Let us now praise 
famous men," 223. 

900, March 17: The Sin of Witch- 



craft, 251. April 7: General Jou- 
bert, 266. Oct. 13: The Young 
Queen, 267. 

1902, Jan. 18: The House Militant 

(The Houses), 389. 

1903, Jan. 3: The Rowers, 264. 
Harris, Joel Chandler, The Life and 

Letters of, 382. 

Harvey Cheyne — Banker, 170. 

Haunted Cabin, The, 17. 

Haunted Subalterns, 38, 40, 360, 433. 

"Have you news of my boy Jack?" 
362, 3(>2- 

Head of the District, The, 112, 435. 

Hearst's International 

1924, May : The Janeites, 423. June: 
The United Idolators, 223. July: 
A Friend of the Family. Aug.: 
Enemies to Each Other. Sept.: 
Madonna of the Trenches. Oct.: 
The Prophet and the Country. 
Nov. : The Wish House. 

Heathfield Memorials, 299, 325, 

Heinemann, William 

1892: The Naulahka, 117. 
1898: Almanac of Sports, 173. 

"Helen All Alone," 368, 445. 

Helen's Tower, 29, 32, 22)- 

Helio-Tropes, 277, 413. 

Her Little Responsibility, 70, 304. 

Her Majesty's Mail, 26. 

Her Majesty's Servants, 135, 438. 

Herald, "The (London) 

191 8, Feb. 24: The Song of the 
Lathes, 377, 390. 

Heriot's Ford, 330. 

Heritage, The, 281, 282, 327, 425. 

Hill, George M. 

Kipling's Poems, 215, 325. 

Hill of Illusion, The, 52, 436. 



484 



INDEX 



Himalayan, 16, 109. 

Himalayan Councils, 68, 168. 

Hints on Football, 9. 

His Brother's Keeper, 305. 

His Chance in Life, 2S, 21, 360, 432. 

His Consolation, 15. 

His Excellency, 154-157. 

His Majesty the King, 58, 59, 359, 

437- 

Separate issues, 59. 
His Majesty the King, Wee Willie 

Winkie, 59. 
His Private Honour, 105, 131, 434. 

Separate issue, 105. 
His Wedded Wife, 36, 37, 41, 360, 433. 
History of a Fall, The, 71, 305. 
History of England, A, 320-323, 325, 
456. 

English edition, 320. 

American edition, 321. 

Second edition, 321. 
Hodder & Stoughton 

1909: A Song of the English, 164, 
299. 

1910: The Dead King, 316. 

1 91 2: Collected Verse, 292. 

1913: A Song of the English, 300. 

1919: Verse, Inclusive Edition, 391- 

394. 
1922: The King's Pilgrimage, 408. 
1923: The Just-So Stories Painting 
Books, 260; Kipling Calendar, 
418. 
1924: Songs for Youth, 424. 
Holy War, The, 375, 376, 382, 389. 
Copyright edition, 375. 
Separate issue, 375. 
Home Book of Verse, 338. 
Honours of War, 224, 368, 445. 
Hope Deferred, 15. 



Horrible Chicago, 107. 

Horse Marines, The, 312, 368, 446. 

Copyright edition, 312. 
Hot Weather Councils, 68. 
Hour of the Angel, The, 415. 
House Surgeon, The, 302, 444. 
Household Brigade Magazine^ The 
1903, July (special number for the 

King's birthday): Letter. 
Houses, The, 389. 
Hovenden Co. 

Surprise Series, 54, 62, 76, 87. 
How Breitmann Became President on 

the Bicycle Ticket, 424. 
How Fear Came, 145, ■^^2, 437- 
How It Happened, 37. 
How Shakespeare Came to Write The 

Tempest, 206, 285-288. 
How the Alphabet Was Made, 258, 

260, 441. 
Painting Book, 260. 
How the Camel Got his Hump, 258, 

333,338,441. 
How the Day Broke, 14, 16. 
How the Elephant Got his Trunk, 257. 

Painting Book, 260. 
How the First Letter Was Written, 

258,441. 
How the Goddess Awakened, 14, 16. 
How the Leopard Got his Spots, 258, 

333,441. 
How the Rhinoceros Got his Skin, 258, 

261,441. 
Painting Book, 260. 
How the Whale Got his Throat, 258, 

333,441. 
How to Bring up a Lion, 337, 338. 
Hump, The, 338. 
Hunterian Festival Address, 416. 
Hunting a Miracle, 99. 



INDEX 



485 



Hunting Song of the Seeonee Pack, 

^3S, 334, 425, 437- 
Hurst & Co. 

American Notes, 107; The Light 

that Failed, 88; Mine Own People, 

no. 
Hutchinson's Story Magazine 

1919, July: The Supports, 385. 
Hyaenas, The, 389. 
Hymn Before Action, 1 57, 1 61 , 162, 1 64. 

Copyright edition, 157. 

"I am a most wise baviaan," 260. 
"I have eaten your bread and salt," 

199- 
"I keep six honest serving-men," 

260. 
Ibbetson Dun, 9, 10. 
Idiot Boy, The, 270. 
Idler, The 

1892, Aug.: My First Book, 142. 
Dec: Primum Tempus, 127, 163. 

1893, June: The Legs of Sister 
Ursula, 134. 

1894, Dec: The Story of Ung, 142, 
163. 

1895, April: My Sunday at Home, 
191. Dec: The Ship that Found 
Herself, 190. 

If, 314, 328, 2^6, 381, 426, 445, 452. 

Separate issue, 314. 
Illusion, Disillusion, Allusion, 5. 
Illustrated London News 

1890, Christmas number: Mrs. 

Hauksbee Sits Out, 54, 437. 
1893, Christmas number: The 

Bridge Builders, 190. 
1903, Summer number: The Cap- 
tive, 263. 
Imperial Rescript, An, 73, 124. 



Impressionists, The, 223, 441. 

"In a high-art study," 250. 

"In Ambush," 223,441. 

In an Opium Factory, 84, 95, 149, 

231, 440. 
In Black and White, 19, 43, 49-51, 61, 
63, 64. 

First edition, 49. 

Second edition, 50. 

American edition, 51. 

English edition, 51. 
In Black and White, Stories of Native 

Life in India, 434, 448. 
In Durance, 326. 
In Error, 2(>, 37> 433- 
In Flood Time, 50, 435. 
In Gilded Halls, 47, 68. 
"In Lowestoft a boat was laid," 356, 

357- 
In Memory of an Almost Fatal Error, 

In Partibus, 71, 306, 412. 

In Praise of England (E. Rhys), 323. 

In Quebec, 240. 

In Seonee (Naulahka), 327, 

In Seonee (The Light that Failed), 328. 

In September, 27. 

In Shadowland, 118, 327. 

In Sight of Mount Monadnock, 137- 

139, 398. 
Separate issues, 138. 
In Spring Time, 24, 244, 245. 
"In the Days of Alexander," 68. 
In the House of Suddhoo, 2^^ 40j 4ij 

433- 
In the Interest of the Brethren, 380. 
In the Matter of a Private, 45, 434. 
In the Matter of One Compass, 131, 

329, 393- 
In the Neolithic Age, 127, 160, 163. 



486 



INDEX 



In the Presence, 368, 445. 
In the Pride of his Youth, 36, 38, 433. 
In the Rukh, 132, 244, 330, 437. 
In the Same Boat, 368, 445. 
Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney, 

The, 77, 79, 84, 108, 1 10, 1 12, 166, 

217, 404, 434. 
Separate issues, 84, 217. 
Independence, Rectorial Address, 419, 

420. 
Index Malorum, 9, 412. 
Indian Farmer at Home, 15. 
Indian Railway Library, The, 42. 
Indian Tales, 61-64. 
Indian Troops, 350. 
Indictment of the Government, 343. 
Information Universilaire, 407. 
Inscribed in a Presentation Copy of 

Echoes, 12, 15, 440. 
Installation at Jamma, The (letter), 

114. 
Instructor, The, 268. 
Intercepted Correspondence, 99. 
International Series, Lovell's, 61, S^y 

109. 
Interviewing Pharaoh, 400. 
Introduction (War, W. Douglas New- 
ton), 348. 
Inventor, The, 270. 
Irish Guards, The, 378, 389. 
Copyright edition, 378. 
Autograph edition, 378. 
Irish Guards in the Great War, The, 

417* 447- 
Islanders, The, 255, 267. 

Copyright edition, 255. 

Pirated edition, 255. 
It, 70, 305. 
Ivers, M. J., & Co. 

Plain Tales, 39; American Notes, 



105-107; Mine Own People; The 
Courting of Dinah Shadd, 79. 

Jacket, The, 164. 

James I, 322. 

Jam-Pot, The, 10, 339, 440. 

Jane Smith, 15,339. 

Janeites, The, 423. 

Jester, The, 328, 425. 

Jews in Shushan, iii, 435. 

Job's Wife, 3, 405. 

Jobson's Amen, 368, 400, 445. 

Journal 0/ Education, The 

1897, Nov.: Recessional, 182. 

1898, Feb.: Recessional (in Latin), 
182. March: Recessional (in Ger- 
man), 182. 

1910, Nov.: If. 

1 91 2, June: The Children's Song. 
Joy-Stick, The, 315. 
Juan before J.P.'s, 270. 
Jubal and Tubal Cain, 327, 399. 
Jubilee Ode, A — Punjab Peasant's 

Point of View, 27. 
Judgment of Dungara, The, 50, 51, 

435- 
Judgment of Paris, 94. 
Judson and the Empire, 132, 434. 
Juggler's Song, The, 118, 249, 330. 
Jungle Book, The, 134-137, 3o8, 32Sy 

437, 448, 450, 451, 453, 455, 

458. 
American edition, 134. 
English edition, 134. 
Jungle Book, The Second, 144, 145, 

308, 325, 437, 448, 450, 451, 453, 

455,458. _ 
English edition, 144. 
American edition, 145. 
Jungle Book Illustrations, 136. 



INDEX 



487 



Jungle Books, The Two, 136, 457. 
Jungle Law, The, 233, 
Jungle Saying, 233- 
Junk and the Dhow, The, 414. 
Just So Stories for Little Children, 
256-261, 308, 325, 441, 448, 450, 

453, 455> 458. 

Extracts from, 256. 
Just-So Stories Painting Books, 260. 
Just So Stories Song Book, 259. 
Just So Stories, Stalky & Co., 457. 
Justice, 380, 389. 

Copyright edition, 380. 
Justice's Tale, The, 270. 

Kaa's Hunting, 135, 333, 437. 

Kangaroo and Dingo, 260. 

Kaspar's Song in "Varda," 276, 330, 
442. 

Ken of Kipling, A (Will M. Clemens), 
173,214,240,449. 

Khaki 

191 5, March: The Soul of a Bat- 
talion, 351. 

Kidnapped, 36, 37, 433. 

Killing of Hatim Tai, The, 68, 93, 99. 

Kim, 247-249, 441, 448, 450, 453-455, 

458; 

American edition, 247. 

English edition, 248. 

Quarto edition, 249. 
Kim o' the Rishti, 248. 
Kim, The Naulahka, 457. 
King, The, 140, 162, 220, 426. 

Separate issue, 220. 
King Albert's Book, 346. 
King and the Children, The (The 

King's Job), 322. 
King Anthony, 118. 
King Euric, 398. 



King Henry VII and the Shipwrights, 
314,330,426,444. 

King James I, 446. 

King Log and King Stork, 237. 

King Solomon's Horses, 19. 

King's Ankus, The, 146, 333, 437. 

King's Ashes, A, ico. 

King's College Hospital, Dulwich. 
See The Daily News. 

King's Job, The, 322, 446. 

King's Pilgrimage, The, 407, 408. 

King's Task, The, 276, 323, 330, 425, 
442. 

Kingdom, The, 1 18, 325. 

Kipling, Beatrice (Mrs. John Flem- 
ing), 15, i?- 

Kipling, John Lockwood, 17, 22, 34, 
113,168. 

Kipling, Mrs. John Lockwood, 17. 

Kipling (Rudyard) as Sir Anthony, 13. 

Kipling (Rudyard) on America, 73. 

Kipling (Rudyard) on the New Union- 
ism, 73. 

KipUng Anthology, A, 409, 410, 

454. 

Kipling Bibliography (L. S. Living- 
ston), 250. 

Kipling Bibliography (E. W. Martin- 
dell), 4I1-413. 

Kipling Birthday Book, The, 168. 

Kipling Booklets, 216. 

Kipling Boy Stories, 359. 

KipUng calendars, 201, 213, 418. 

Kipling Day by Day, 341. 

Kipling Index, The, 391. 

Kipling Masterpieces, 217. 

Kipling Note Book, A, 159, 205, 240. 

Kipling Primer, A, 217. 

Kipling readers, 243-245, 307, 33G- 
338. 



488 



INDEX 



Kipling Verse, Inclusive Edition, 391- 

394. 
Kipling, Rudyard, with the British 

Fleet, 359. 
Kipling's Advice to "The Hat," 409. 
Kipling's, Rudyard, First Book, 213. 
Kipling's Message, 376, 377. 
Kipling's Poems, 215, 325. 
Kitchener's School, 241, 267. 
Kizilbashi, 328. 
Knife and the Naked Chalk, The, 314, 

444. 
Knight Errant, The, 9, 412. 
Knights of the Joyous Venture, The, 

284, 443. 
Kopje-Book Maxims, 237, 242. 
Kopra-Brahm, 15. 

La Nuit Blanche, 26, 
Labour, 399. 
Ladies, The, 163. 
Ladies' Home Journal, The 

1 895, Dec, and 1 896, Jan. : Wilham 
the Conqueror, 190. 

1898, May: Recessional, 182. 

1900, April: The Elephant's Child, 
234,258. May: The Beginning of 
the Armadillos, 234, 258. June: 
The Sing-Song of Old Man Kan- 
garoo, 235, 258. 

1901, Oct.: How the Leopard Got 
his Spots, 258. Dec: How the 
First Letter Was Written, 258. 

1902, Jan.: My Personal Experience 
with a Lion, 337. July: The Cat 
that Walked by Himself, 259. 
Oct.: The Butterfly that Stamped, 
259. 

1906, Jan.: Weland's Sword, 284. 
Feb.: Young Men of the Manor, 



284. March: The Knights of the 
Joyous Venture, 284. April: Old 
Men of Pevensey, 284. 

1908, Jan.: Advice to Students 
(speech at McGill University), 

395- 

1909, Jan.: Doctor and the Patient 
(Doctors), 294. 

191 1, Nov.: The Female of the 
Species, 334, 388. 

Lady Geraldine's Hardship, 456. 

Lament of the Border Cattle Thief, 
The, 123. 

Lamentable Comedy of Willow Wood, 
The, 90. 

Lancet, 'The 

1923, Feb. 24: Hunterian Festival 
Address, 416. 

Land, The, 368, 426, 429, 445. 

Land and Sea Tales, 171, 414-416. 

Land and Water 

1917, Dec: TheHoly War, 375, 389. 

Land Bound, 16. 

Landau, The, 270. 

Landmarks in the Wilderness, 67. 

Landscape and Literature (The Tem- 
pest), 206, 285-287. 

Lang Men o' Larut, The, 70, 439. 

Laocoon, 15. 

Last Chantey, The, 154, 161, 164, 203, 
425,428. 

Last Department, The, 23. 

Last Lap, The, 415. 

Last of the Light Brigade, The, 73, 

393- 
Last of the Stories, The, 306. 
Last Relief, The, 40. 
Last Rhyme of True Thomas, The, 

i63,337>425. 
Last Suttee, The, 123. 



INDEX 



489 



Last Term, The, 223, 441. 

Latter Day Carols — The Dyspeptic 

in India, 27. 
Law of the Jungle, The, 146, 332, 425, 

437- 
Law of the Wolves, The, 146, 154. 
Leaves from a Winter Note Book, 

399- 
Legend of Devonshire, A, 5, 8, 412. 
Legend of Evil, The, 113, 123. 
Legend of Mirth, The, 368, 425, 446. 
Legend of St. Saturnia, A (Why Snow 

Falls at Vernet), 324, 416. 
Legend of the Cedar Swamp, The, 352. 
Legend of the F.O., A, 23, 29. 
Legend of the Lilly, The, 23, 24. 
Legs of Sister Ursula, The, 134. 
L'Envoi 

The Anchor Song (Many Inven- 
tions), 132. 
"And they were stronger hands than 
mine" (Soldiers Three), 45, 330. 
My New-Cut Ashlar (Life's Handi- 
cap), 74, 112,326,429,438. 
"The smoke upon your altar dies" 
(Departmental Ditties), 25, 26, 
164. 
"There's a whisper down the field " 
(Barrack-Room Ballads), 124, 
126, 383. 
"What is the moral? Who rides 
may read" (The Story of the 
Gadsbys), 48, 49, 64, 199, 326. 
"When earth's last picture is paint- 
ed" (The Seven Seas), 26, 164, 

339. 398, 452. 
Lesson, The, 252, 267. 
"Let us now praise famous men," 223, 

441. 
Letter from Golam Singh, A, 99. 



Letters by Kipling 

Advice to "The Hat," 409. 

American Academy of Arts and 
Letters, Proceedings of the, 403. 

American Art Association sales 
catalogues, 406. 

Attempt at Appreciation, An (G. F. 
Monkshood), 218. 

Beast and Man in India, 114. 

Britain and the War, 373. 

Cantab, The, 206. 

College Echoes, 419. 

Complete Motorist, The, 273. 

Cornhill Booklet, The, 239. 

Courting of Dinah Shadd, The (Bib- 
liography), 82. 

Cruise of the "Cachalot," The, 202, 
206. 

D'Humieres, Viscomte Robert, 281. 

Eccentricities of Genius, 232. 

Guynemer, 383. 

Ken of Kipling, A, 21 4. 

Kipling Bibliography (L. S. Living- 
ston), 250. 

Kipling Bibliography (E. W. Mar- 
tindell),4i3. 

Kipling Primer, A, 218. 

Letters Addressed to A. P. Watt, 
128. 

Life of Joel Chandler Harris, The, 

383. 
Life of Sir William Osier, The, 429. 
Life of Edmund Clarence Stedman, 

The, 317. 
Life of Sir Arthur Sullivan,The, 232. 
Life of Mrs. Humphry W^ard, The, 

423. 
Log of H.M.A. R34, The, 403. 
Lovell (John W.) Co., 61. 
Merry Thought, The, 324. 



490 



INDEX 



Mine Own People, io8. 

Navy League Journal ^ "The^ I'j^' 

Out of India, 218. 

Remembered Yesterdays (R. U. 

Johnson), 414. 
School Budget, The, 194, 206, 411. 
Spectator, The, 206, 253. 
Surplus, The, 296. 
Tempest, The, 285. 
Tenth Island, The, 172. 
"The Times" and the Publishers, 

290. 
The Year-Boke of the Sette of Odd 

Volumes, 119. 
Through Isle and Empire, 281. 
Letters of Marque, 100-105, I47, 230, 

439- 
Letters of Marque (vol. i), 103. 
Letters of Travel, 139, 397-400, 447, 

448, 450, 453. 
Letters on Leave, 224, 306. 
Letters to the Family, 294-296, 325, 

327,399,447,455- 

Letting in the Jungle, 139, 146, 437. 

Levee in the Plains, A, 440. 

Library of Edmund Gosse, The, 129, 
130. 

Libretto of Naulahka, 118, 328, 330. 

Lichtenberg, 268. 

Life in the Corridor, 8. 

Life in the Studies, 9. 

Life in Trenches on the Mountain- 
side, 355. 

Life's Handicap, 11, 12, 17, 18, 67-70, 
73>74, 83, 109-113,450-455. 
American edition, no. 
English edition, 112. 

Light that Failed, The, 54, 61, 62, 84- 

90, 329, 438, 448, 45^455, 457- 
Copyright edition (1890), 84, 86. 



American edition (1890), 85. 

English edition (1891), 88. 
Light that Failed, The, "Captains 

Courageous," 451. 
Likes o' Us, The, 305. 
Limitations of Pambe Serang, The, 

111,435- 
"Liner She's a Lady, The," 162. 
Lippincott's Magazine 

1890, Aug.: At the End of the Pas- 
sage, 109, 139. 

1 891, Jan.: The Light that Failed, 
62, 85. 

Lispeth, :iSy 37, 40, 43^. 
Literary Agent, The, 128. 
Literary Collector, "The 

Prologue for a collection of stones 
and poems, 130. 
Literary Pageant, The, 318, 390. 
Literary World, 'The 

1895, July: The Original Mulvaney. 
1 901 , April 26 : " Sons of the Land " — 
Lines for Soldier's Monument at 
Kimberley. 
Literature 

1897, Oct. 23: White Horses, 171, 
241. Nov.: Recessional, 182. 

1898, Oct. i: The Truce of the 
Bear, 266. Dec. 10: Kitchener's 
School, 241. 

1899, Feb. 4: The White Man's 
Burden, 241. Nov.4:The Absent- 
Minded Beggar. 

1900, Oct. 6: The Young Queen, 
267, 428. 

1 901, June 8: Bridge Guard in the 
Karroo, 267. July: The Lesson, 
252, 267. 

Little Book of Limericks, The, 240. 
Little Foxes, 302. 



INDEX 



491 



Little House at Arrah, The, 93. 
Little Learning, A, 37. 
Little More Beef, A, 70, 305. 
Little Prep, A, 223, 441. 
Little Sermon, A, 162. 
Little Tobrah, 69, 244, 435. 
Living Age^ The 

1900, June: New Auld Lang Syne, 

239- 

1903, Jan.: The Rowers, 264, 389. 

1906, June: The Magic of Words. 
See Speeches. 

1909, Aug.: The Heritage, 281. 
Nov.: The Recall, 301. 

191 8, May: The Irish Guards, 378. 

1920, June: The British Mind, 395. 

1923, Nov.: Independence, 41 9. 
"Lo! as a little child," 4. 
Locked Way, A, 14, 16. 
Log of H.M.A. R34, The (Commo- 
dore E. M. Maitland), 403. 
London Garland, A, 78, 153. 
London Magazine 

191 2, March and April: As Easy as 
A.B.C., :,ZS' 
London Town, 1 5. 
London Town [Stone], 421. 

Copyright edition, 421. 
Long Trail, The, 124, 339, 382. 
Longman' s Magazine 

1 890, April : For One Night Only, 90. 
Looking-Glass, The, 314, 328, 444. 
Loot, 75, 122. 
Lord Byron, 270. 
Lord Milner's Work in South Africa, 

253- 
Lord Roberts, 346, 389. 

Copyright edition, 346. 
Lost Leader, The, 168. 
Lost Legion, The (story), 434. 



Lost Legion, The (poem), 74, 112, 126, 

132, 160, 162, 245. 
Love: *A Miss,' 37. 
Love among the Ruins, 27. 
Love-in-a-Mist, 37. 
"Love o' Women," 132, 434. 
Love Song of Har Dyal, The, 330. 
Lovell, Frank F., & Co. 

Wee Willie Winkie, 59; Plain Tales 
from the Hills, 38, 61; Under the 
Deodars, 54. 
Lovell (John W.) Co., 61. 

The Phantom 'Rickshaw, 59, 61; 
Plain Tales from the Hills, 38, 39, 
61; Soldiers Three, 61, 64. 
Lovell, Coryell & Co., 62, 64, 76. 
Plain Tales from the Hills, 38, 64; 
Mine Own People, 108, 109; The 
Story of the Gadsbys, Under the 
Deodars, 64. 
Lovell's International Series, 38, 61, 

(i2, 109. 
Lovell's Lotus edition, 62, 84, 100, 

108,231. 
Lovell's Strathmore Series, 61. 
Lovell's Westminster Series. See 

United States Book Co. 
Lover's Litany, The, 23. 
Low (Sampson), Marston, Searle & 
Rivington 
1890: Soldiers Three, 46; The Story 
of the Gadsbys, 48, 49; In Black 
and White, 51 ; Under the Deo- 
dars, 53; The Phantom 'Rickshaw, 
56; Wee Willie Winkie, 59. 
1 891: The City of Dreadful Night 
and Other Places, 95; Letters of 
Marque, 103. 
Lowestoft Boat, The, 356, 357, 381, 
426. 



492 



INDEX 



Lucifer, 25. 

Luck of Roaring Camp, The, 67, 94. 

Ludgate Magazine 

1 891, May: The Last Relief, 40. 
Lukannon, 135, 332, 438. 
Lyden's "Irenius," 277, 442. 
Lyra Heroica, 114, 115. 

M.L, 253, 268. 

Mc Andrew's Hymn, 161, 164, 426. 

McCaWs Magazine 

1926, Jan.: The Propagation of 

Knowledge. April : The Gardener. 

June: The Gate. Sept.: The Eye 

of Allah. 
McClure (S. S.) Co. 

"Captains Courageous," 168. 
McClure' s Magazine 

1893, July: The Merchantmen, 161. 

1894, Nov.: My First Book, 142. 
March: The Legs of Sister Ursula, 
134. June: Kaa's Hunting, 135. 

1895, Jan.: Letting in the Jungle, 
146. June: My Sunday at Home, 
191. Aug.: Good Hunting, 144, 
146. Nov.: Quiquern, 146. 

1896, March: The Ship that Found 
Herself, 190. April: "Soldier an' 
Sailor Too," 163. June: In the 
Rukh, 132. Sept.: The 'Eathen, 
164. Oct.: The Cholera Camp, 
163. Nov. (to March, 1897): 

' "Captains Courageous," 170. 
Dec: Bread upon the Waters,i90. 

1897, Feb.: The Bell-Buoy, 266. 
Aug.: Slaves of the Lamp, 173, 
223; Recessional, 182. Sept.: 
Pharaoh and the Sergeant, 241. 
Dec: The Tomb of his Ances- 
tors, 190. 



1898, May: The Destroyers, 193, 

266. Aug.: In Ambush, 223. 
Dec: Stalky, 223, 415. 

1 899, Jan. : An Unsavory Interlude, 
223. Feb.: The White Man's 
Burden, 209, 241; The Impres- 
sionists, 223. March: Moral Re- 
formers, 223. April: A Little 
Prep, 223. May: The Flag of 
their Country, 223. June: The 
Last Term, 223. Sept.: The King 
(The Old Issue), 140, 162, 221, 

267. Dec: Biographical Sketch 
of KipHng (C. E. Norton), 40. 

1900, July: The Outsider (uncol- 
lected) . Dec (to Oct., 1 901 ) : Kim, 
247. 

1901, Oct.: M.L, 253. 

1902, June: The Burial (Cecil 
Rhodes), 266. 

1905, Nov.: With the Night Mail, 
298. 

1906, May: A Centurion of the 
Thirtieth, 284. June: On the 
Great Wall, 284. July: The 
Winged Hats, 284. Aug.: Hal o' 
the Draft, 284. Sept.: "Dym- 
church FHt," 285. Oct.: The 
Treasure and the Law, 285. 

McCutcheon (George Barr) sale cat- 
alogue, 406. 
McGill University Magazine 

1907, Dec: Advice to Students, 

395- 
MacDonough's Song, 367, 445. 
Macmillan & Co. 

1890: Plain Tales from the Hills, 39. 
1 891 : The Light that Failed, 88; His 
Private Honour, 105; Life's Han- 
dicap, no, 112. 



INDEX 



493 



1892: Rhymed Chapter Headings 
for Naulahka, 115; The Naulahka, 
117; Ballads and Barrack-Room 
Ballads, 121, 122. 

1893: Ballads and Barrack-Room 
Ballads, Additional Poems, 126; 
Many Inventions, 130; The 
Rhyme of the Three Sealers, 132. 

1894: The Jungle Book, 134. 

1895: The Second Jungle Book, 
144; Soldiers Three, The Story of 
the Gadsbys, In Black and White, 
149; Wee Willie Winkie, Under 
the Deodars, The Phantom 'Rick- 
shaw, 151. 

1896: Soldiers Tales, 165; The Kip- 
ling Birthday Book, 168. 

1897: Captains Courageous, 169. 

1898: A Fleet in Being, 197; The 
Day's Work, 190; Stalky & Co., 
222. 

1900; From Sea to Sea, 230; School 
Readers, 243-245. 

1 901: Kim, 248. 

1902: Just So Stories, 257. 

1903: Just So Song Book, 259. 

1904: Traffics and Discoveries, 275. 

1905: The Army of a Dream, 271; 
"They," 274. 

1906: Puck of Pook's Hill, 282. 

1907: The Brushwood Boy, 219. 

1908: Letters to the Family, 294. 

1909: With the Night Mail, 297; 
Actions and Reactions, 301 ; Kip- 
ling readers, 243-245, 308; Cold 
Iron, 308; A Doctor of Medicine, 
309; The Wrong Thing, 309; 
Gloriana, 310; The Conversion of 
St. Wilfrid, 310; The Tree of 
Justice, 310. 



1 9 10: Simple Simon, 311; Brother 
Square-Toes, 311; A Priest in 
spite of Himself, 312; Rewards 
and Fairies, 313. 

1 913: Songs from Books, 332; Just 
So Stories (pictures by J. M. 
Gleeson), 259. 

1 9 14: Hymn Before Action, 164; 
The Children's Song, 285; For All 
We Have and Are, 344. 

191 5: The New Army in Training, 
350; France at War, 354; The 
Fringes of the Fleet, 358. 

191 6: Sea Warfare, 364. 

191 7: A Diversity of Creatures, 2^6. 

1920: Letters of Travel, 397. 

1923: Land and Sea Tales, 415; 
Independence, 420; The Irish 
Guards in the Great War, 417. 

1925: "They" and The Brushwood 
Boy, 191,430. 

Edition de Luxe, 447. 

Bombay edition, 454. 

Uniform edition, 454. 
Macmillan s Magazine 

1889, Nov.: The Ballad of the 
King's Mercy, 123. Dec: The 
Incarnation of Krishna Mulva- 
ney, 79; The Ballad of East and 
West, 115. 

1890, Jan.: The Head of the Dis- 
trict, 112; The Last Suttee, 123. 
Feb.: The Ballad of the King's 
Jest, 123. March: The Courting 
of Dinah Shadd, 79. April: The 
Man Who Was, 79. June: With- 
out Benefit of Clergy, 79. Sept.: 
On Greenhow Hill, 79. 

1 89 1, Oct.: His Private Honour 
105,131. 



494 



INDEX 



1893, Jan.: My Lord the Elephant, 

120, 131. 
Madness of Private Ortheris, The, 36, 

41, 166,433. 
Madonna of the Trenches. See Hearst 

Magazine. 
Magg's Brothers catalogue, 15. 
Magic Casement, The (Alfred Noyes), 

285. 
Magic of Words, The. See Speeches. 
MahommedDin. .S"*?^ Muhammad Din. 
Maid of the Meerschaum, The, 16. 
Making of England, The, 446. 
Maltese Cat, The, 190, 439. 
Man and Beast in India, 113, 114. 
Man and the Shadow, The, 440. 
Man to Watch, The, 395. 
Man Who Could WVite, The, 23. 
Man Who Was, The, 79, 109, 112,165, 

404> 434- 
Man Who Would be King, The, 55, 

57,84,217,404,435- 
Separate issues, 57, 217. 
Mandalay, 76, 78, 122, 198, 199, 339, 
426,452. 
Separate issues, 200, 201. 
Manhattan Book Co. 
The Ballad of Reading Gaol, The 
Vampire, 178. 
Mansfield, M. F.; M. F. Mansfield & 
A. Wessels 
1897: Recessional, 183; The Vam- 
pire, 177; Barrack-Room Ballads, 
77; Departmental Ditties, 77; 
Glossary, 30, 207. 
1898: Certain Maxims of Hafiz, 
197; Collectanea, 183, 198; Bar- 
rack-Room Ballads (plates by 
Blanche McManus), 29, 77; De- 
partmental Ditties (plates by 



Blanche McManus), 77; Depart- 
mental Ditties (facsimile), 25; 
Mandalay, 78, 125, 200; The 
Vampire, 178; Recessional, 184; 
Calendar for 1899, ^o^- 
1899: The Betrothed, 29, 204; Bal- 
lad of East and West, 125, 203; 
The Budget, 195; A KipUng Note 
Book, 159, 205, 
Many Inventions, 57, 64, 83, 105, 112, 
115, 120, 130-132,308,450,451, 

4537455,458. 

American edition, 130. 

English edition, 130. 
Mare's Nest, The, 23, 24. 
Mark of the Beast, The, 112, 436. 
Marklake Witches, 31 4, 444. 
Marred Drives of W^indsor, The, 293, 

456. 
Married Men, The, 268. 
Mary Gloster, The, 163. 
"Mary, Pity Women!" 164. 
Mary Postgate, 446. 
Mary's Son, 389, 425. 
Masjid-al-Aqsa of Sayyid Ahmed 

(Wahabi), 276, 442. 
Masque of Plenty, The, 28. 
Matter of Fact, A, 115, 131, 329, 436. 
Medicine Hat News 

1910, Dec. 9: Advice to "The Hat," 
409. 
Meditation of W^illiam Kirkland, The, 

29. 
Memorabilia Yalensia, 159. 
Men at Work, The, 349. 
"Men that Fought at Minden, The," 

163. 
Menagerie Aboard, A, 69, 304. 
Merchantmen, The, 161, 429. 
Merrow Down, 260, 426. 



INDEX 



495 



Merry Thought, The, 324, 416. 
Mesopotamia, 374, 375, 389. 

Copyright issue, 374. 
Mess Room, The, ^'^6. 
Methuen & Co. 

1892: Barrack-Room Ballads and 

Other Verses, 121, 124. 
1896: The Seven Seas, 160. 
1902: Pan in Vermont, 262. 
1903: The Settler, 264; The Five 

Nations, 265. 
1 9 14: Hymn Before Action, 164; 

Recessional, 187. 
1917: The Holy War, 375. 
1918: Justice, 380; Twenty Poems, 

381. 
1 91 9: The Years Between, 387. 
1922: A KipUng Anthology, Verse, 

409; Prose, 4 10. 
1925: A Choice of Songs, 428. 
Metropolitan Magazine 

1904, March: Mrs. Bathurst, 277. 
Oct.: A Tour of Inspection, 280. 
1907, March: "Lukannon," 136. 

1 913, Dec: The Edge of the Even- 
ing, 368. 

1 914, March: The Friendly Brook, 

367. 

1916, March: Sea Constables. 

1917, April: Regulus, 223. 

191 8, June: A Flight of Fact, 415. 
Dec. : In the Interest of the Breth- 
ren, 380. 

1920, Feb.: The Clerks and the 
Bells. 
Military Letter Writer, The, 237, 242. 
Mind of the English, The, 396. 
Mine Own People, 108- no, 112. 
Mine Sweepers, The, 374, 426. 
Minstrel, The, 68. 



Miracle of Purun Bhagat, The, 146, 

332. 438. 
Miracles, The, 161. 
Mirror of Two Worlds, The, 17. 
Miss Youghal's Sais, 2Si 3^y 43^* 
Missed, 5. 

Mistake, A, 9, 213, 412. 
Mister Anthony Dawking, 67, 93. 
Misunderstood, 88. 
Modern British Poets, 315. 
Modus Vivendi, 10. 
Mofussil Jurisdiction, 18. 
Monthly Magazine Section (Sunday 

newspapers) 
1 91 2, Feb. 25 and March 12: As 

Easy as A. B.C., 335. 
Monthly Review^ The 

1902, Sept.: Below the Mill Dam, 

256. 
Moon of Other Days, The, 24. 
Moral, The, 456. 
Moral Reformers, The, 223, 441. 
Mormons, 106. 
Morning Posty 'The 

1898, Nov. 5 and 11 : A Fleet in 
Being, 197. 

1899, March i: The English Flag, 
115, 124. Aug. i: Cruisers, 220. 

1904, June 15-18: The Army of a 
Dream, 271. Sept. 12: Letter 
concerning Motoring, 273. 

1907, Dec: The Veterans, 390. 

1908, March 12: The Road to Que- 
bec, 294, 399. March 19: A Peo- 
ple at Home, 294, 399. March 26: 
Cities and Spaces, 294, 399. April 
2: Newspapers and Democracy, 
294, 399. April 9: Labour, 294, 
399. April 16: The Fortunate 
Towns, 294, 399. April 23: Moun- 



496 



INDEX 



tains and the Pacific, 294, 399. 
April 30: A Conclusion, 294, 399. 
1909, June 28: The City of Brass, 
303, 388. 

191 1, June 29: The Declaration of 
London, 319, 388. Oct. 20: The 
Female of the Species, 334, 388. 

1 91 2, April 9: Ulster, 335, 390. 

1913, June 24: France, 342, 388. 

1 914, Feb. 18: Some Aspects of 
Travel, 342. May 17: The Secret 
Bargain and the Ulster Plot, 342. 

1917, May 10 and 14: The Fumes of 
theHeart,369. May 17 and 21: A 
Retired Gentleman, 370. May 24 
and 29: A Trooper of Horse, 370. 
July II: Mesopotamia, 374, 389. 

Morning Song in the Jungle, 233- 

Mother Hive, The, 302, 444. 

Mother-Lodge, The, 163. 

Mother o' Mine! 88, 89, 330, 382. 

Mother's Day, 89. 

Moti-Guj — Mutineer, 77, 109, 112, 
244, 245, 360, 435. 

Mount Monadnock, In Sight of, 137- 

139.398. 
Separate issues, 138. 
Mountains and the Pacific, 400. 
Mowgli among the Monkeys, 338. 
Mowgli Leaves the Jungle Forever, 

146. 
Mowgli's Brothers, 135, 245, 333, 338, 

437. 
Mowgli's Song, 135, 136, 244, 392, 437. 
Mowgli's Song against People, 146, 

333, 437- 
Mowgli's Song at the Council Rock, 

39^' 
Mrs. Bathurst, 277, 442. 
Mrs. Hauksbee Sits Out, 54, 437. 



Muhammad Din, 1 1, 36, 244, 245, 338, 

360, 433- 
Mulholland's Contract, 162. 
Mulvaney Stories, 212. 
Mulvaney's Regrets, 159, 206, 240. 
Municipal, 26, 245. 
Munro's (George) Sons, 62, 87, 107, 
109. 
Seaside Library, Pocket Library, 
62, 87; American Notes, 107; Mine 
Own People, 109. 
Murder in the Compound, A, 16. 
Muse among the Motors, The, 269- 
271, 340, 388, 456. 
English edition, 269. 
American edition, 270. 
Mutiny of the Mavericks, The, 77, 

109, no, 112,434. 
My Boy Jack, 362, 363, 381, 389. 
My Christmas at the Ajaibgaum Ex- 
hibition, 17. 
My Father's Chair, 322, 446. 
My First Adventure, 3. 
My First Book, 140, 391. 
"My girl she gave me the go onst" 
(The Courting of Dinah Shadd), 

79- 
"My Great and Only," 71, 72, 306. 

Separate issue, 72. 
My Lady's Law, 118, 330. 
My Life as a Naturalist (W. Percival 

Westell), 285. 
My Lord the Elephant, 120, 131, 434. 
"My New-Cut Ashlar," 112, 326,332, 

339.429,438. 
My Own True Ghost Story, 55, 57, 

360,435- 
My Personal Experience with a Lion, 

337- 
My Rival, 23, 24, 199. 



INDEX 



497 



" My Son's Wife," 368, 446. 
My Sunday at Home, 191, 439. 

Naboth, 12,435. 

Namgay Doola, 77, 109, 112, 245, 360, 

435- 
Nash's Magazine 

1909, April: Little Foxes, 302. 

1910, March: Gloriana, 310. May: 
The Wrong Thing, 309. July: 
Simple Simon, 311. Aug.: A Doc- 
tor of Medicine, 309. 

1914, May: The Dog Hervey, 368. 
June and July: Egypt of the Magi- 
cians, 368, 400. Aug.: Cairo, 
Sorceress of Cities, 400. Sept.: 
Social Reforms in Egypt, 400. 
Oct.: Interviewing Pharaoh, 400. 
Nov.: The Dead of Old Battles, 
400. Dec: Sudan the Respec- 
table, 400. 

1915, Jan.: "Swept and Garnished," 
369. Sept.: Mary Postgate, 369. 
Oct.: Sea Constables. 

1917, April: Regulus, 223, 368. 

1918, June: A Flight of Fact, 41 5. 
1920, Feb.: The Clerks and the 

Bells. 

1924, Dec: The Wish House. 

1925, Jan.: The Bull that Thought. 
Nation's Spirit, The, 355. 
National Bands, 300, 351. 

Separate issue, 351. 
National Observer^ 'The. See the Scots 

Observer. 
National Review^ The 

1893, Aug.: The White Seal, 135. 
191 2, March: The Benefactors (un- 
collected story). 
Native-Born, The, 162, 244, 245, 428. 



Nativity, A, 376, 389, 429. 

Copyright issue, 376. 
Natural Phenomena, 26. 
Natural Theology, 389. 
Naulahka, The, 73, 11 5-1 18, 327, 328, 
448, 450, 452, 453, 455, 458. 
English edition, 117. 
Naulahka, Rhymed Chapter Head- 
ing for, 115. 
Nautch of the Cherry Blossoms, The, 

231. 
Navy League Journal^ The 

1898, June 28: The Houses, 389. 
1904, Aug.: Letter relating to The 
Army of a Dream, 273. 
Near East, The 

191 2, May 10: A Reinforcement, 

339- 

Necessitarian, The, 276, 328, 442. 

Neely, F. Tennyson 
Booklet Series: 
The Light that Failed; Black 
Jack, 45, 205; The Drums of the 
Fore and Aft, 60. 

Neutral, The, 364, 2^S^ 3'^% 428. 
Copyright edition, 364. 

New Army in Training, The, 349~35i' 

New Auld Lang Syne. See Auld Lang 
Syne. 

New Brooms, 69, 305. 

New Dispensation, The, 71, 306. 

New Gallery, The — loth Summer Ex- 
hibition, 177. 

New Knighthood, The, 302, 326, 444. 

"New Lamps for Old," 441. 

New Review, The 

1895, June: The Song of the Banjo, 
162. 

New Unionism (letter to The Pioneer)^ 
73- 



498 



INDEX 



New Year's Resolutions, i68. 
New Year's Sermon, The, 67. 
New York American 

191 5, Dec: The Fringes of the 
Fleet, 357. 

New York Herald, 'The 

1890, Aug. 17: Interview between 
Kipling and Mark Twain, 214, 
231. 

1899, Aug. 14: Cruisers, 220. 

1900, April: With Number Three, 
241. May 2 and 3: Surgical and 
Medical, 241. 

New York Herald-Tribune Magazine 
1924, March 23: An unpubHshed 
Kipling, "At the Pit's Mouth." 
New York Journal 

1890, July: The Mark of the Beast, 

112. 
1902, Sept.: Just So Stories adver- 
tisement, 256. 
New York Times 

1896, Sept.: The 'Eathen, 164. 
1902, Dec: The Rowers, 264, 389. 

1916, Oct. 19, 23, 26, 31: Destroy- 
ers at Jutland, 2^3- 

1 91 7, April 13: The Choice, 374. 
July II: Mesopotamia, 374, 389. 
Dec. 6: The Holy War, 375. 

191 8, Oct. 26: Justice, 380. 

New York Times (Magazine Section) 
1923, April: Scenario for The Gate 
of the Hundred Sorrows. May 
27-July 29: The Irish Guards, 
418. 

New York Times History Magazine, 
The 
1914, Dec: "As they tested our 
fathers" (speech, Brighton, Sep- 
tember, 1 91 4). 



191 5, March: Letter referring to 
"The Truce of the Bear." April: 
"Music of War" (speech, Lon- 
don, Jan. 27, 191 5), 351. July; 
"Human Beings and Germans" 
(speech, Southport, June 12, 
191 5). Nov.: "France," 341. 

1916, March: Tribute to the British 
Navy — The Fringes of the Fleet, 
356. June: "The Puzzled German" 
— Letter to Herbert Baillie, New 
Zealand. July: An Empire Day 
Message (May 24, 191 6). Aug.: 
Tales of the Trade, 361. 

191 8, April: Menace of the Modern 
Thug (speech, Folkstone). May: 
The Irish Guards, 378. Sept.: 
The American Invasion (speech, 
Winchester, July 21, 1918). 
New York Tribune, The 

1890, Jan. 5: The Last Suttee, 123. 
Feb. 9: The Ballad of the King's 
Jest, 123. March 23: Danny 
Deever, 75. July 6: A Code of 
Morals, 23. Aug. 17: The Gift of 
the Sea, 75. May 22: Gunga Din, 

75- 
1895, Nov. 7: Letter referring to 
Out of India, 147. 

1 897, May 9: The Vampire, 177. July 
25: Recessional, 182. Aug. 29: 
Pharaoh and the Sergeant, 241. 
Oct. 18: Letter from The Tenth 
Island, 172. Oct. 31: White 
Horses, 170, 241. 

1898, April 26: Four Guardsmen 
("The 'eathen in his blindness "), 
164. May 15: Hymn Before Ac- 
tion, 162. Oct. 13: The Truce of 
the Bear, 266. 



INDEX 



499 



1899, Jan. 10: To "Fighting Bob," 
239. Feb. 5: The White Man's 
Burden, 267. Sept. 3: Cruisers, 

266. Sept. 29: The King (The 
Old Issue), 221. Oct. 22: Ave 
Imperatrix, 9, 44O; Lucia, 93. 

1900, April 4: General Joubert, 266. 
May 17: The White Man's Song, 
209, 238, 394. May 28: Auld 
Lang Syne, 239, 24I. Oct. 12: 
The Young Queen, 267. 

1901, Aug. 4: The Science of Re- 
bellion, 252. Sept. 21: M.L, 268. 
Oct. 20: The Reformer, 267. 

1902, Jan.: The Islanders, 267. 
x^pril 13: Cecil Rhodes, 266. 
Dec. 12: Pan in Vermont, 263. 

1903, Jan. 23: Letter to Tufts Col- 
lege Men. March 6: The Settler, 

267. April 26: My Sons in Michi- 
gan, "Rudy ard" and "Kipling," 
215. 

1907, April: The Sons of Martha, 
290, 390. 

1917, June 6, 9, 13, 16, 20: War in 
the Mountains, 372. 

1 91 9, Feb. 8: Great-Heart, 385. 
Newnes, George 

1899: Departmental Ditties, 31. 
Newspapers and Democracy, 399. 
Night Before, The, 3, 4. 
Night Ride to the Cow's Mouth, The, 

337- 
Night-Song in the Jungle, 333. 
Norka Series, 164. 
Norman and Saxon, 446. 
North American^ 'The 

1906, Jan. 15: The Puzzler, 
302. 
North Sea Patrol, 357. 



Norton, Charles Eliot, Biographical 
Sketch of Kipling, 40, 308. 

"Not in the thick of the fight," 363. 

Nottingham Society, Edinburgh So- 
ciety 
Oriental edition. 
Mandalay edition. 

Nursery Idyls, 15. 

Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo- 
Indians, 15. 

Nurses, The, 415. 

Nursing Sister, The, 118, 330. 

.007,190,336,439. 

"O Baal, Hear Us!" 440. 

"O fortunatos nimium sua si bona 

norint," 9. 
O Mother o' Mine! 88. 
Oatta's Story, 168. 
Of All the Tribes of Tegumai, 260. 
Of Animal Calls, 1 14, 329. 
Of Animals and the Supernatural, 114. 
Of Asses, 113. 

Of Buffaloes and Pigs, 113, 329. 
Of Camels, 114. 
Of Elephants, 1 14, 329. 
Of Goats and Sheep, 113, 329. 
Of Monkeys, 113. 
Of Reptiles, 114. 
Of Those Called, 70, 150, 436. 
Ogilvie, J. S., & Co. 

The Sunnyside Series 

The City of Dreadful Night, 96. 
Old Country, The, 164. 
Old Issue, The, 140, 162,210,220,267. 

Separate issue (The King), 220. 
Old Johnny Grundy, 119. 
Old Man Kangaroo and Yellow-Dog 
Dingo, 338. 

Painting Book, 261. 



500 



INDEX 



Old Men, The, 266. 

Old Men of Pevensey, The, 284, 443. 

Old Mother Laldinwool, 328. 

Old Shikarri, The, 326. 

Old Song, An, 28. 

Old Three Decker, The, 163. 

Oldest Song, The, 389, 400. 

On Dry-Cow Fishing as a Fine Art, 

431. 

On Exhibition, 71, 306. 

On Fort Duty, 10, 440. 

On Greenhow Hill, 17, 77, 79, 84, 109, 
112,434. 
Separate issue, 84. 

On One Side Only, 399. 

On Sorrow, 1 5. 

On the Appointment of the First and 
Second Army Corps, 253. 

On the Banks of the Hugh, 93, 95. 

On the City Wall, 50, 51, 435. 
Separate issue, 51. 

On the Frontier of Civilization, 355. 

On the Gate. See McCaWs Magazine. 

On the Great Wall, 284, ■^'^^G^ 443. 

On the Strength of a Likeness, 37, 433. 

On True Friendship, 1 5. 

Once-a-Week Library, 39. 

One Viceroy Resigns, 28. 

One View of the Question, 131, 435. 

One Word More, 28. 

Only a Few Steps Higher Up, 372. 

Only a Subaltern, 52, 54, dz, 244, 434. 

Only Son, The, 132, 328, 330. 

Oonts! 75, 114, 122. 

Op. 3, 328. 

Opinions of Gunner Barnabas, The, 
94, 100. 

Oregon Trail, 249. 

Osier, Sir William, The Life and Let- 
ters of, 429. 



Other Man, The, :},<,, 37, 326, 433. 

Our "Bobs," 127. 

"Our Fathers Also," 277, 327, 442. 

"Our Fathers of Old," 315, 327, 445. 

Our Final, 24. 

Our Lady of Many Dreams, 16. 

Our Lady of Rest, 168, 440. 

Our Lady of the Snows, 199, 267, 382. 

Our Overseas Men, 139, 398. 

Our Submarines, 362. 

Our Theatricals, 37. 

Out of India, 147, 230. 

Out Song of the Jungle, The, 147, 

437- 
Outlaws, The, 347, 389. 
Outlook^ The 

1900, Jan.: Recessional, 182. 
1904, June: The Feet of the Young 
Men, 266. 
Outsider, The, 245, 412. 
Outward Bound Edition, 432. 
"Over the Edge of the Purple Dawn," 

191. 
Overheard, 5. 

Overland Mail, The, 25, 244, 245, 426. 
Oxen, The, 329. 
Oxford Book of Verse, The, 164, 315. 

Pagett, M.P., 26. 
Pak Patan, 68. 
Palace, The, 266. 
Pall Mall Budget 

1893, June 15: The Merchantmen, 
161. Dec. 14: The Rhyme of the 
Three Sealers, 132, 162. 

1894, June 7: The Law of the 
Wolves, 146. June 7 and 14: How 
Fear Came to the Jungle, 145. 
Oct. 18: The Miracle of Purun 
Bhagat, 146. Nov. 8 and 15: The 



INDEX 



501 



Undertakers, 146. Dec. 13: Let- 
ting in tlie Jungle, 146. 
1895, May 2: That Day, 163. May 
9: The Mother-Lodge, 163. May 
16: "The Men that Fought at 
Minden," 163. June 6: "Birds of 
Prey" March, 163. June 13: The 
Miracles, 161. June 27: Mul- 
holland's Contract, 162. July 4: 
The Liner She's a Lady, 162. 

Pall Mall Gazette y 146, 163, 190. 

Pall Mall Magazine 

1893, June: The Last Chantey, 154, 
161. Nov: "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi," 
135. Dec: "Bobs," 127, 239. 

1894, Feb.: For to Admire, 164. 
March: The Servants of the 
Queen, 135. June: "Follow Me 
'Ome," 163. Aug.: "Back to the 
Army Again," 163. 

1913, Dec: The Edge of the Even- 
ing, 388. 

1920, Feb.: The Clerks and the 
Bells. 
Palms, The, 329. 
Pan in Vermont, 394. 

Separate issue, 261, 263. 
Papers on Playmaking, 287. 
Parable of Boy Jones, The, 415. 
Parable of Chajju Bhagat, The, 326. 
Parade Song of the Camp Animals, 

135, 332, 438. 
Parted (Mrs. J. L. Kipling), 18. 
Parting of the Columns, The, 268. 
Pass, a King, and a Mountain, A, 

372. 
Patrol Song, A, 303. 

Copyright editions, 303. 
Patrols, 357. 
Peace of Dives, The, 267. 



Pearson s Magazine 

1896, April: "Soldier an' Sailor 
Too," 163. Nov.: The 'Eathen, 
164. 

1896, Dec. (to April, 1897): "Cap- 
tains Courageous," 170. 

1897, Dec: The Tomb of his An- 
cestors, 190. 

1898, Jan.: A Dealer in Brains — 
Kipling letters, 232. Dec: In 
Ambush, 223. 

1899, May: The Flag of his Coun- 
try, 223. 

1900, Jan.: Garm, 302. 

1 901, Oct.: How the Leopard Got 
his Spots, 258. 

1902, Aug.: The Crab that Made 
the Tides, 258. 

1910, Oct.: Horse Marines, 312, 368. 
1912, March: In the Presence, 368. 
Pearson s Weekly 

1909, Sept. 16: The Cuckoo Song, 
298. 
Peculiar Embarrassment of Justice 

Krenk, The, 50. 
Pen Pictures of British Battles, 2^^' 
Pennsylvania Collector's sale cata- 
logue, 406. 
People at Home, A, 399. 
Peora Hunt, The, 326. 
Persuasive Pom-Pom, The, 237. 
Petworth Posie, 268. 
Phantom 'Rickshaw and Other Stories, 

The, 435, 448. 
Phantom 'Rickshaw and Other Tales, 
The, 17, 19, 54-57,61,64,69, 84, 
404, 435> 448, 450-452, 455.- 
457- 
First edition, 55. 
Second edition, 56. 



502 



INDEX 



English edition, 56. 

American edition, 57. 
Pharaoh and the Sergeant, 241, 267. 
Philadelphia, 31 4, 336, 393, 444. 
Philistine^ 'J'he, 177. 
Pict Song, A, 284, 327, 443. 
Picturesque Brattleboro, 137. 
Piet, 268. 

Pig, 36, 38, 433- 

Pilgrim's Way, A, 379, 389, 400, 452. 

Copyright edition, 379. 
Pillow Fight, The, 3, 9, 412. 
Pinchbeck Goddess, A (Mrs. J. L. 

Kipling), 37. 
Pink Dominoes, 23, 26. 
Pioneer 'The, 1 8, 22, 23, 24. 

1884, Aug. 5: The Viceroy's Mes- 
sage and the Amir's Reply. Dec. 
16: The Moon of Other Days, 24. 

1885, Jan. 27: To the Unknown 
Goddess, 23. March 20: In 
Springtime, 24. June 22: After 
the Fever — or Natural Theology 
in a Doolie. June 30: A Picture 
in Smoke. July 4: Dis Aliter 
Visum, II. July 8: My Rival 
(Girofle), 23. July 13: Possibili- 
ties, 24. Aug. 15: Bungalow Bal- 
lads — The Tale of Two Suits, 24. 
Aug. 19: Bungalow Ballads — Di- 
vided Destinies, 24. Aug. 22: 
Bungalow Ballads — The Legend 
of the Lilly (The Mare's Nest), 
24. Aug. 27: Bungalow Ballads — 
A Tale of Yesterday's Ten Thou- 
sand Years, 24. Aug. 31: Bunga- 
low Ballads — Revenge, a Ballad 
of the Fleeter, 24. Sept. 5: Bunga- 
low Ballads — Our Final, The 
Legend of the Pill, 24. 



1886, Jan. 18: The Quid pro Quo. 
Jan. 22: Missing Letters — From 
to Lall Mahun Ghoose, Lon- 
don. Feb. 5: Wisdom from the 
East — The Rupaiyat of Omar 
Kal'vin, 23. Feb. 18: Study of an 
Elevation in India Ink, 23. Feb. 
26: Missing Letters — From Lall 

Mahun Ghoose, London, to . 

April 16: Missing Letters — To 
Lall Mahun Ghoose, London, from 

. April 29 : Parturiunt Montes. 

May 17: Fair Play. May 24: 
Distress in the Himalayas. May 
29: A Levee in the Plains, 440. 
June 16: Pagett, M.P., 24. July 
5: The Battle of the Bath Room. 
July 20: Cupid's Department. 
Aug. 5 : The Simla Exodus. Aug. 
18: Silence is . . . Golden. Oct. 
6: On a Recent Appointment. 
Oct. II: At the Bar. Nov. 11 : 
Signs. Dec. 8: Soliloquy from the 
South. Dec. 24: Christmas in 
India (Latter Day Carols. The 
Dyspeptic in India), 27. Dec. 29: 
The Story of a Blighted Prosecu- 
tion. 

1887, Jan. 22: One on a Tower. 
Feb. 16: The Tune that Never 
Stops. Feb. 22: For the Women, 
441. March 2: Transport Short- 
comings. April 22; A Rajput 
Robber Chief. May 23: An Ex- 
cellent Reason. June 7: A Lay ot 
the Great Commission. Aug. i: 
Prologue for a Theatrical Per- 
formance in Aid of a Summer 
Home for Nursing Sisters. Dec. 
14, 23, 24, 27, 31; 1888, Jan. 3, 6, 



INDEX 



503 



10, 12, 14, 17, 24, 27; Feb. 4, 10, 
17,22,25,28: Letters of Marque, 
loi. Dec. 17: In a King's Palace. 
Dec. 20: A King's Ashes, 100. 
1888, Jan. 2: What Happened, 28; 
New Year's Gifts. Jan. 10: Life 
in Upper Burmah. Jan. ii: A 
Little Morality. Jan. 17: The 
Rupaheli' Camp. Jan. 18: The 
Writing of Yakub Khan, 99. 
Feb. 4: Struck He. Feb. 10: A 
Calcutta Fancy Fair. Feb. 18: 
The Council of the Gods, 95. 
Feb. 24: The Little House at 
Arrah, 93. March i: The Track- 
ing of Chuckerbutti, 99. March 
2: A Real Live City, 93. March 
3: Song of the Sight Protector. 
March 5: Reflections of a Savage, 
93. March 9: On the Banks of 
the Hooghly, 93. March 10: Old 
Lady Ganges. March 14: With 
the Calcutta Police, 93. March 
19: A Free Gift. March 22: 
Pleaders and Munsifs; "The City 
of Dreadful Night," 93. March 
29: Social Reform in Rajputana. 
March 30: A Hill Homily. April 
5: Deeper and Deeper Still, 93, 
April 9: Concerning Lucia, 93. 
April 10: Kingdom of Bombay. 
April 16: Bombaystes Furioso; In 
an Opium Factory, 95. April 17: 
The Song of the Women, 28, 254. 
April 25: The Reform Club. 
May 26: The Mark of Solomon. 
May 28: In Gilded Halls (The 
World Without), 47. June i: To 
the Address of W.W.H. June 10: 
His Natural Destiny. June 12: 



A Manly Protest. July 11 : An 
Unequal Match. July 18: Amir 
Ali Loquitur. July 19: "O Baal, 
Hear Us!" 440. July 24, Aug. 4, 
18: Among the Railway Folk, 95. 
July 28; In Forma Pauperis. 
Aug. 13: Virginibus Puerisque; 
A Simple Assault Case. Aug. 24, 
Sept. 6, 20: The Giridih Coal 
Fields, 95. Sept. i : A Job Lot. 
Sept. 4: A Pointsman's Error, 
By the Traveller. Sept. 15: Hans 
Breitmann as an Administrator, 
424. Sept. 20: A Dialogue of 
the Dead. Sept. 29: The Sup- 
plication of Kerr Cross, Mission- 
ary. Oct. 6: The Dignity of It. 
Oct. 8: The Way av Ut, 76. Oct. 
18: To Save Trouble. Oct. 20: 
In Wonderland. Oct. 22: An 
Epic of Darjelling. Oct. 23: Cam- 
paigning Phrase Book. Oct. 26: 
The Masque of Plenty, 28. Nov. 
10: A Free Hand. Nov. 21: The 
Meditation of William Kirkland 
(The Betrothed), 29. Nov. 28: 
The Coming K. Dec. 4: What 
the World Said. Dec. 7: One 
Viceroy Resigns (One Word 
More), 28. Dec. 1 5: A Song of Ad- 
dresses. Dec. 20: An Interesting 
Condition. Dec. 22: The Law of 
Libel. Dec. 29: Tales of East 
Bengal, I — The Two Cousins. 
1889, Jan. i: A Study of the 
Congress, By an Eye Witness; 
The Joker; " New Lamps for 
Old," 441. Jan. 8: A Chapter 
from the Decline and Fall of 
Trombay. Jan. 18: The Ques- 



504 



INDEX 



tion of Givens; Congress on the 
Stage. Jan. 24: The Rhyme of 
Lord Lansdowne. Feb. 11 : The 
Value Payable Post. Feb. 18: 
The Irish Conspiracy. March 5: 
Fragment of an unpublished 
epic poem — The Rape of the 
Breeches. March 18: Tales of East 
Bengal, II — A Neighbour's Re- 
venge. April 16: In an Opium 
Factory, 95. April 17, May 3, n, 
I4,24,june8, 15, i8,29,Julyii, 
30, Aug. 16, 30, Sept. 24, Oct. I, 
II, 19, 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, 20, 23, 
30, Dec. 6, 7, 12, 25, 28, 31; 1890, 
Jan. 3, 7, 8, 14, 27, Feb. 3, March 
3, 4, 18, 25, April I: From Sea to 
Sea, 229. Aug. 24: Tripati. Dec. 
2: A Ballad of East and West, 
115. Dec. 25: In Partibus, 306. 
1890, Jan. 7: A Session's Trial. 
April I : Chautauquaed, 306. May 
23 and 24: A Conference of the 
Powers, 131. July 12 and 14: The 
Mark of the Beast, 1 1 2. Sept. 27, 
Oct. II, Nov. I : Letters on Leave, 
306. Nov. I : Ballad of the Yellow 
Pi-Dog (signed Z. Qa). 
Pioneer Mail, 'The 

1884, Aug. 31 : The Viceroy Resigns 
and the Amir's Reply. 

1885, Jan. 28: To the Unknown 
Goddess, 23. June 28: After the 
Fever. July 5: A Picture in 
Smoke. July 12: My Rival, 24. 
July 19: Possibilities, 24. Aug. 23: 
Bungalow Ballads — The Tale of 
Two Suits, 24. Aug. 27: Bunga- 
low B allads — Revenge, a Ballad of 
the Fleeter, 24. Aug. 30: Bunga- 



low Ballads — A Tale of Yester- 
day's Ten Thousand Years, 24; 
Bungalow Ballads — Divided Des- 
tinies, 24; Bungalow Ballads — 
The Mare's Nest, 24. Sept. 6: 
Bungalow Ballads — The Legend 
of the Pill, 24. 

1886, Jan. 20: The Quid pro Quo. 
Feb. 10: Wisdom from the East 
— Rupaiyat of Omar Kal'vin, 23; 
Proverbs of Silliman, By Ibn Evil 
'un. Feb. 24: Study of an Eleva- 
tion in India Ink, 24. May 19: 
Fair Play. May 24: Distress in 
the Himalayas. July 1 8 : Trial by 
Assessor. July 25: Cupid's De- 
partment. Aug. 8: Simla Exodus. 
Aug. 22: Silence is — Golden. 
Oct. 6: Further Information on a 
Recent Appointment. Nov. 17: 
Signs. Dec. 8: Soliloquy from the 
South. Dec. 15: Nightmare of 
Names. Dec. 29: Christmas in 
India, 27. 

1887, Jan. 4: The King's Ashes, 
100. March 9: Transport Short- 
comings. June 12: Lay of the 
Great Commission. Dec. 14 (to 
Feb. 29, 1888): Letters of Marque, 

ICO. 

1888, Jan. 4: What Happened, 28. 
Jan. 18: The Writing of Yakub 
Khan, 99. Feb. 8: The Bride's 
Progress, 100; Struck He. Feb. 
22: The Council of the Gods, 
95. Feb. 29: The Little House at 
Arrah, 93. March 7: The Track- 
ing of Chuckerbutti, 99; The 
Song of the Sight Protector. 
March 14: On the Banks of 



INDEX 



505 



the Hooghly, 93; With the Cal- 
cutta Police, 95; Old Lady 
Ganges. March 21: A Free Gift. 
April 1 1 : The Kingdom of Bom- 
bay; The City of Dreadful Night; 
Deeper and Deeper Still, 93. April 
18: Concerning Lucia, 93; In An 
Opium Factory, 95; Bombaystes 
Furioso; The Song of the Women, 
28. April 25: The Reform Club. 
April 30: New Songs and Old. 
May 16: Tom Tiddler's Ground 
(A Self-Made Man), 99. May 27: 
In Gilded Halls (The World With- 
out), 47. May 27-Oct. 10: Special 
Correspondence, Simla. June 3: 
Pachmarki "Grand Bazaar"; To 
the Address of W.W.H. July 15: 
An Unequal Match; His Natural 
Destiny. July 22: "O Baal, Hear 
Us!" 440. July 29: In Forma 
Pauperis. July 29, Aug. 5, 19: 
Among the Railway Folk, 95. 
Aug. 19: An Exercise in Adminis- 
tration; Virginibus Puerisque. 
Aug. 26, Sept. 9, 26: TheGiridih 
Coal Fields, 95. Sept. 2: A Job 
Lot. Sept. 19: Hans Breitmann 
as an Administrator, 424. Sept. 
26: Dialogue of the Dead. Oct. 3: 
The Supplication of Kerr Cross, 
Missionary, Oct. 7: A Free Gift. 
Oct. 10: The Dignity of It; The 
W^ay avUt. Oct. 24: In Wonder- 
land; To Save Trouble; A Cam- 
paigning Phrase Book. Oct. 31: 
The Masque of Plenty, 28. Nov. 
14: A Free Hand; Susannah and 
the Elders. Nov. 21: The Medi- 
tation of William Kirkland (The 



Betrothed), 28. Nov. 28: The 
Coming K. Dec. 5: What the 
World Said; A Ballad of Sloth 
and a Ballad of Adventure. Dec. 
i2;.0ne Viceroy Resigns, 28. Dec. 
19: A Song of Addresses. Dec. 
26: The Law of Libel. 

1889, Jan. 2: A Study of the Con- 
gress, By an Eye- Witness; New 
Lamps for Old, 441. Jan. 9 -.The 
Joker. Jan. 16: 'Arry and the Mar- 
kiss. Jan. 23 : The Question of Giv- 
ens. Jan. 30: The Rhyme of Lord 
Lansdowne. Feb. 20: The Irish 
Conspiracy. March 6: Physical 
Training. March 20: Tales of 
East Bengal — A Neighbour's Re- 
venge. April 17: In an Opium 
Factory, 95. April 17 (to April 
20, 1890): From Sea to Sea, 229. 

1890, April 2: Chautauquaed, 306. 
May 28: A Conference of the 
Powers, 79, 131. July 16: The 
Mark of the Beast, 112. Oct. 2, 
16, Nov. I : Letters on Leave, 306. 
Oct. 9: The Pitch We Come To. 

Pioneer Press, The (A. H. Wheeler & 

Co.), 44. 
1888: Soldiers Three, 44; The Story 

of the Gadsbys, 47; In Black and 

White, 49; Under the Deodars, 

52; The Phantom 'Rickshaw, ^^; 

Wee Willie Winkie, 57. 
1890: The City of Dreadful Night 

and Other Sketches, 91. 
1 891: The City of Dreadful Night 

and Other Places Depicted, 94; 

The Smith Administration, 97; 

Letters of Marque, 100. 
Pirates in England, The, 320, 322, 446. 



5o6 



INDEX 



Pit that They Digged, The, 54, 152, 

436. 
Placetne Domini (inscription in a 

copy of Echoes), 15. 
Plain Tales from the Hills, 11, 27, 23~ 
41, 60, 61, 64, 84, 326, 432, 448, 
450-458. 
First edition, 23- 
Second edition, 35. 
American edition, 38. 
English edition, 39. 
Plain Tales from the Hills, Soldiers 

Three and Other Stories, 457. 
Plaint of the Junior Civilian, The, 440. 
Play-Pictorial, 89. 
Pocket Magazine, 'The 

1895, Nov.: That Day, 163. Dec: 
The Miracles, 161. 

1896, Jan.: The Devil and the Deep 
Sea, 190. Feb.: The Liner She's 
a Lady, 162. March: "The Men 
that Fought at Minden," 163. 

1897, Oct.: Kipling letter. 
Podgora,37i. 

Poems of Rudyard Kipling (Star Pub- 
lishing Co.), 215. 

Poems of the English Race, 164. 

Poems of the Great War, 164. 

Poems of To-day, 164, 268. 

Poems of War and Battle, 164. 

Politics and Girls, 107. 

Poor Dear Mamma, 47, 150, 436. 

"Poor Honest Men," 314, 327, 445. 

Poseidon's Law, 276, 330, 442. 

Possibilities, 24. 

Post that Fitted, The, 23. 

Potted Princess, The, 429. 

"Power of the Dog, The," 302, 328, 
429, 444. 

Prairie, The, 325, 400. 



Prayer, 249,331. 

Prayer of Miriam Cohen, The, 131, 

329- 
Prelude, 28, 199. 
Press, The, 368, 445. 
Pretty Miss America, 107. 
"Priest in spite of Himself, A," 312, 

314,336,445- 
Copyright edition, 312. 
Primum Tempus, 127, 163. 
Princess Mary's Book, 323, 347, 
Private Account, The, 369, 371. 

Separate issue, 369. 
Private Learoyd's Story, 41, 44, 434. 
Pro Patria et Regina, 254. 
Proceedings of the American Academy 

of Arts and Letters, 403. 
Pro-Consuls, The, 389, 402. 
Prodigal Son, The, 249, 328. 
Progress of the Spark, The, 269, 270. 
Prologue to a collection of magazine 

articles, 130. 
Prologue to the Master-Cook's Tale, 

414. 
Propagation of Knowledge, The, 224. 
Prophet and the Country, The. See 

Hearst Magazine. 
Prophets at Home, 284, 327. 
"Prophets have honour all over the 

earth," 284. 
Protective Suits for Airmen, 317. 
Providence Evening Journal 

1913, Feb. 13: The Prodigal Son, 

328. 
Public Waste, 23. 
Puck of Pook's Hill, 282-285, 443> 

448,450,453,455,458. 
Puck of Pook's Hill, Rewards and 

Fairies, 457. 
Puck's Song, 284, 325, 425, 429, 443. 



INDEX 



507 



Pussy and Binkie, 338. 

"Put forth to watch, unschooled, 

alone," 394. 
Puzzler, The (prose), 302, 444. 
Puzzler, The (poem), 302, 327, 444. 

Q. Horati Flacci Carmlnum, Librum 

Quintum, 401. 
Quaerltur, 15. 

Quality of the Machine, The, 349. 
Quartette, 16-18, 55. 
Quebec, 215, 240. 
Quebec, Boy in, 206, 215, 339. 
Queen's Men, The, 31 4. 
Queen's Song, The, 118. 
Queen's Uniform, The, 73. 
Quest, The, 88, 188,412. 
Question, The, 364, 389. 

Copyright edition (The Neutral), 

364- 
Quiquern, 146, 2:^3, 348. 

Rabbi's Song, The, 328, 444. 

Rabid Effusion, A, 9. 

Railway Reform in Great Britain, 250. 
Copyright edition, 250. 

Raiyat at Home, The, 15. 

Rand Daily Mail, 'The, 13. 

Rand, McNally & Co. 
Alpha Series 

The Phantom 'Rickshaw; Wee 
Willie Winkie; The Light that 
Failed; Soldier Stories; Boy 
Stories. 

Ravages and Repairs, 361. 

Reading the Will, 4, 

Real Live City, The, 93, 94. 

Really Good Time, A, 71, 306. 

Rebirth, 368, 446. 

Recall, The, 301, 325, 429, 443. 



Recantation, A, 389. 
Recessional, 120, 127, 172, 182-187, 
198, 199, 210, 228, 240, 268, 339, 

429, 449> 45^- 
Recessional and "Bobs," 187. 
Recessional and Other Poems, 210. 
Recessional, "Bobs," The Absent- 

Minded Beggar, 228. 
Record of Badalia Herodsfoot, The, 

82. 
Recrudescence of Imray, The, 77, 109, 

no, 112. 
Red Cross Magazine, The 

191 8, Feb.: The Holy War, 375, 389. 
Red Dog, 146, 437. 
Red Lamp, The, 70, 305. 
Red Letter Series (Lovell's), 62, 87. 
Red Slaughter, 106. 
Reeds of Runnymede, The, 322, 428, 

446. 
Reflections of a Savage, The, 93, 95. 
Reformer, The, 254, 267. 
Regiment, The 

1902, Oct. 25: The Bugler, 256. 
Regulus, 223, 368, 402, 446. 
Reingelder and the German Flag, 70, 

111,436. 
Relatives at Work, 399. 
Remember Louvain! 268. 
Remembered Yesterdays (R. U. John- 
son), 413. 
Reply, A (to the editor of The Cantab), 

240. 
Requiescat in Pace, 5. 
Rescue of Pluffles, The, 35, 37, 54, 

432. 
Retired Gentleman, A, 370, 371. 

Separate issue, 370. 
Return, The, 268. 
Return of Imray, The, 109, 112, 436. 



5o8 



INDEX 



Return of the Children, The, 274, 277, 

328,428,442. 
Return to the East, A, 400. 
Reveille 

1918, Aug.: A Pilgrim's Way, 379. 
Revenge, a Ballad of the Fleeter, 

24. 
Revue des Deux Mondes, La 

1 91 7, June 15: Les Yeux de I'Asie, 
370. Aug. I : La Guerre au Mon- 
tagne, 372. 

191 8, Nov. i: Le Neutral, 364. 
Revue de Paris, La 

1916, Feb. I: Trois Lettres, 373. 
Rewards and Fairies, 313-315, 444, 

448, 450, 453, 455. 
Rhodes, Cecil, 266. 
Rhodes, Cecil, A Monograph and a 

Reminiscence of, 268. 
Rhyme of the Three Captains, The, 

82,123,126,172,198,199. 
Separate issue, 123. 
Rhyme of the Three Sealers, The, 132, 

136, 162, 399, 425. 
Copyright edition, 132. 
Rhymed Chapter Headings for Nau- 

lahka, 115. 
Riddle, The, 260. 
Riddle of the Empire, The, 400. 
Ride of the Schools, The, 10, 440. 
Rifleman, 'The 

1 910, July 15: The Parable of Boy 

Jones, 415. 
"Rikki-Tikki-Tavi," 135, 245, 233^ 

404, 437- 
Riley, James W., Works of (verses by 

Kipling), 340. 
"Rimini," 284,327. 
Rimmon, 267. 
Ripple-Song, A, 146, 2,32y 438. 



Rivals, The (Mrs. J. L. Kipling), 17. 

River's Tale, The, 320, 322, 446. 

Road to Quebec, The, 399. 

Road-Song of the Bandar-Log, The, 
nS^ 33^y 426, 437- 

Roads of an Army, The, 371. 

Robin Goodfellow — his Friends, 283. 

Rolling Down to Rio, 260, 338. 

Roman Centurion Speaks, The, 320, 
322, 446. 

Roman Centurion's Song, The, 425, 
428. 

Romance, 140, 162. 

Romance and Reality, 9, 412. 

Romulus and Remus, 330, 399. 

Roses, 4, 213. 

Rout of the White Hussars, The, 2^i 
360, 433- 

Route-Marchin', 123. 

Rowers, The, 264, 269, 389, 456. 

Royal Geographical Magazine, The 
1914, April: Some Aspects of Tra- 
vel, 342. 

Roycroft Press 
The Dipsy Chanty, 177, 183, 202. 

"Rudyard" and "Kipling," 215, 240. 

Rule of the Servant, The, 399. 

Run of the Downs, The, 314, 325, 444. 

Runes on Weland's Sword, The, 284, 

443- 
Runners, The, 276, 442. 
Running of Shindand, The, 329. 
Runnymede, 322, 428. 
Rupaiyat of Omar Kal'vin, The, 23. 
Russia to the Pacifists, 390. 

Saalfield Publishing Co. (Norka Series), 

164. 
Sack of the Gods, The, 118, 325. 
Sacrifice of Er-Heb, The, 123, 292. 



INDEX 



509 



Sahibs' War, A, 276, 442. 

Sailor's Log, A (Admiral Robley 

Evans), 246. 
St. Helena Lullaby, A, 314, 326, 429, 

445- 
Sf. James's Budget, 72, 73. 
St. James's Gazette, 54, 72, 152, 393, 

394. 
St. Nicholas 

1893, Jan.: The Potted Princess, 
429. Feb.: Collar-Wallah and 
the Poison Stick, 430. Nov.: 
"Rikki-Tikki-Tavi," 135. Dec: 
Toomai of the Elephants, 135. 

1894, Jan.: Mowgli's Brothers, 135. 
Feb.: "Tiger! Tiger!" 135. 

1895, March: The King's Ankus, 
146. 

1897, Dec: How the Whale Got his 
Tiny Throat, 258. 

1898, Jan.: How the Camel Got his 
Hump, 258. Feb.: How the Rhi- 
noceros Got his Wrinkly Skin, 
258. 

St. Patrick's Day, 237, 242. 
Salsette Boat Song, 326. 
Salvation Army. British Empire edi- 
tion: The Surplus, 296. 
San Francisco, 107. 
Saturday Evening Post, 'The 

1899, Dec: Garm, 302. 

1902, Dec: Steam Tactics, 263, 
276. 

1917, May 19: The Eyes of Asia — 
The Fumes ofthe Heart, 369. May 
26: The Eyes of Asia — The Pri- 
vate Account, 369. June 2: The 
Eyes of Asia — A Retired Gentle- 
man, 370. June 9: The Eyes of 
Asia — A Trooper of Horse, 370. 



Saturday Review, The 

1894, July 14: The Old Three 
Decker, 163. 
Saxon Foundations of England, The, 

322, :>,2p. 
Scholars, The, 384. 

Copyright edition, 384. 
School Budget, The, 194-196, 206. 
School Notes, 9. 
School Readers 

D. Appleton & Co., 336-339- 
Doubleday, Page & Co., 307, 308. 
Houghton Mifflin Co., 308. 
Macmillan & Co., 243-245. 
School Song, A, 327, 425, 441. 
Schoolboy Lyrics, The, 3, 4, 8, 10, 440. 
Science of Rebellion, The, 252, 253. 
Scots Observer, The, The National Ob- 
server 

The Scots Observer 
1890, Feb. I: The Explanation, 76. 
Feb. 22: Danny Deever, 75. 
March i: "Tommy," 75. March 
8: "Cleared," 124. March 15: 
" Fuzzy- Wuzzy," 75. March 22: 
Oonts! 75. March 29: Loot, 75. 
April 12: Soldier, Soldier, 75. 
April 26 : The Sons of the Widow, 
75. May 17: Troopin', 75. June 7: 
Gunga Din, 75. June 21 : Manda- 
lay, 76. June 28: The Young 
British Soldier, 76. July 12: Screw- 
Guns, 76. July 26: Belts, 76. 
Sept. 13: The Conundrum of the 
Workshops, 76. Oct. 4: Evarra 
and his Gods, 76. Nov. 22: Ford 
o' Kabul River, 123. Nov. 29: 
"Snarleyow," 123. Dec 6: Twi- 
light in the Abbey — The Prayer 
of the Mark Master Mason, 112. 



5IO 



INDEX 



'^he National Observer 

1890, Dec. 27: The Blind Bug, 121. 

1 891, April 4: The English Flag, 
115. 

1892, Jan. 23: Tomllnson, 124. 

1893, Feb. 4: The Dove of Dacca, 
127. May 13: A Banjo Song (The 
Lost Legion), 126, 162. 

Scout, The 

1909, Sept. 18: A Patrol Song, 303, 

394. 
Scrap of Paper, A, 37. 
Screw-Guns, 76, 122, 125. 
Scribbler, The, 3, 9, 352. 
Scribners Magazine 

i894,Dec.:McAndrew'sHymn, 161. 

1897, Aug.: 007, 190. Dec: The 
Feet of the Young Men, 266. 

1902, Aug.: "Wireless," 276. 

1904, Aug.: "They," 274. 

1914, Aug.: The Vortex, 368. 
Scribner's (Charles) Sons 

1904: "They," 273. 

1 897-1 923: Outward Bound edi- 
tion, 432-447- 
Sea and the Hills, The, 249, 266, 425, 

429. 
Sea Constables. See Nash's Magazine. 
Sea Travel, 400. 
Sea Warfare, 364, 2^S' 
Sea-Wife, The, 129, 162. 
Seal Lullaby, The, 233- 
Seaside Library, 45, 62. 
Second Jungle Book, The, 144, 232^ 

437,448,45o>453, 455. 457- 
Second-Rate Woman, A, 52, 54, 436. 
Second Voyage, The, 266. 
Second W^ooing, The, 17. 
Secret Bargain and the Ulster Plot, 

The, 342, 343. 



Secret of the Machines, The, 322, 381, 

425, 447- 
Section 420, LP.C, 2^- 
Selected Stories from Kipling, 404. 
Self-Made Man, A, 68, 99. 
Selling the Cross, 73. 
Sending of Dana Da, The, 50, 360, 435. 
Serai Cabal, The, 99. 
Sergeant's Weddin', The, 163. 
Series of Thirty Etchings by Wilham 

Strang, A, 191. 
Serpent of the Nile, A, 400. 
"Servant when he Reigneth, A," 327. 
Servants of the Queen, The, 135. 
Service Man, The, 393. 
Sestina of the Tramp-Royal, 163, 428. 
Settler, The, 264, 267. 
Seven Nights of Creation, The, 5, 19, 

20, 22, 114. 
Seven Seas, The, 159-165, 308, 438, 

449-45^3 454, 458- 
Seven Watchmen, 388. 
Shadow Houses, 168, 326. 
Shadow of his Hand, The, 70, 305. 
Shillin' a Day, 123, 125. 
Ship that Found Herself, The, 190, 

^ 337,439- 
Shipping Industry, The, 426, 427. 

" Ships await us above. The," 357. 
Shiv and the Grasshopper, 135, 332, 

438. 
Short Stories 

1890, Sept.: Great Krishna Mul- 

vaney, 79. 
i89i,June: Thrown Away, 35. 
Shut-Eye Sentry, The, 164. 
Simple Simon, 311, 315, 445. 
Sin of Witchcraft, The, 238, 251. 
Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo, The, 
235, 257, 258, 260, 233, 33'^y 441. 



INDEX 



5" 



Painting Book, 261. 
Sir John Christie, 249, 329. 
Sir Richard's Song, 284, 325, 443. 
Six Complete Novels from Lippin- 

cott's, 89. 
Six Honest Serving Men, 338. 
Slaves of the Lamp, 173, 223, 441. 

Copyright edition, 173. 
"Sleipner" late "Thurinda," 305. 
Smith Administration, The, 1 8, 67, 68, 

91 > 93, 94, 97-100, 230, 440, 455- 
Smoke of Manila, A, 70, 305. 
"Smoke upon your altar dies. The" 

(L'Envoi), 25. 
Smuggler's Song, A, 284, 330, 425, 443. 
"Snarleyow," 123, 125. 
Social Reform in Egypt, 400. 
"Soldier an' Sailor Too," 163. 
Soldier, Soldier, 75, 122, 125. 
Soldier Tales, 165. 
Soldiers Three, 19, 43, 44-46, 61, 62, 

64,70,73,453,457- 
First edition, 44. 
Second edition, 45. 
American edition, 46, 6^. 
English edition, 46. 
Soldiers Three and Military Tales, 433, 

434, 448. 
Soldiers Three, The Story of the 
Gadsbys, In Black and White, 
149-151,450-452,455. 
Soldiers' Stories, 450. 
Solid Muldoon, The, 44, 434. 
Solus cum Sola, 5. 
Some Aspects of Travel, 342. 
Some Earthquakes, 139, 398. 
Some Notes on a Bill, 402. 
Some Work in the Baltic, 360. 
Son of his Father, The, 191, 233, 415, 
439- 



Song, 118. 

Song at Cock-Crow, A, 390. 

Song in Storm, A, 357, 390, 425. 

Song of Diego Valdez, The, 249, 266, 

429. 
Song of Kabir, A, 146, 331, 332, 438. 
Song of Seven Cities, The, 368, 446. 
Song of the Banjo, The, 162, 426, 

428. 
Song of the Cities, The, 161. 
Song of the Dead, The, 161, 337. 
Song of the English, A, 161, 164, 299, 

300,351- 
Separate issue, 299, 300. 
Song of the Exiles, The, 10, 440. 
Song of the Fifth River, The, 285, 327, 

443- 
Song of the French Roads, A. See The 

Strand Magazine. 
Song of the Lathes, The, 377, 390. 

Copyright edition, 377. 
Song of the Little Hunter, The, I46, 

333. 437- 
Song of the Men's Side, 314, 330, 425, 

444. 
Song of the Old Guard, 276, 442. 
Song of the Red War-Boat, 315, 329, 

338, 426, 445. 
Song of the Sons, The, 161. 
Song of the Sufferer, The, 4, 10. 
Song of the White Men, The, 237, 238, 

240-243, 394. 
Copyright edition, 238. 
Song of the Wise Children, 266. 
Song of the Women, The, 28, 29, 2,3. 

118, 254,308. 
Separate issues, 29, 23- 
Song of Travel, A, 328, 399. 
Song of Valley Forge, The (After the 

War), 322. 



512 



INDEX 



Songs and Sonnets for England in War 

Time, 345. 
Songs for Youth, 424. 
Songs from Books, 324-334, 447, 448, 

450j 454, 456. 
American edition, 324. 
Canadian edition, 331. 
English edition (1912), 331. 
English edition (1913), 332. 
Songs from Books, The Years Between, 

Parodies, 457. 
Sonnet, 15. 

Sons of Martha, The, 290, 291, 339, 
381, 390, 425, 452. 
Separate issue, 290, 291. 
Sons of the Land, 413. 
Sons of the Widow, The, 75. 
Soul of a Battalion, The, 351. 
South Africa — "Lived a woman won- 
derful," 267, 288, 381. 
South Africa — "The shame of a Ma- 

juba Hill," 288. 
Spectator^ The 

1897, July 24: Recessional, 182. 

1898, July 2: A possible source of 
"The Tempest," 206, 287. 

I90i,june22: A Village Rifle Club, 
253. Oct. 5: On the Appoint- 
ment of the First and Second 
Army Corps, 253. 

1906, June: The Magic of Words. 

1 9 10, March 19: A Little Moral- 
ity. 
Speeches by Kipling 

1 894, July 25 : On Behalf of the Old 
Boys {The United Services College 
Chronicle^ Dec. 17), 12. 

1898, May 17: Anglo-African Writ- 
ers' Club Dinner {The Times ^ May 
18). 



1 899, Nov. 25 : To the Navy League, 
Rottingdean {The Times ^ Dec. 6). 

1902, Aug. 4: Lower Sydenham — 
"On Rifle Ranges" {The Times, 
Aug. 8). 

1905, April 27: To the Automobile 
Club of South Africa {The Times, 
April 28). 

1906, May 5: Royal Academy Ban- 
quet — "The Birth of Literature" 
{The Times, May 6). 

1 907, May 9: Artists' Benevolent In- 
stitution — "Fates Vagaries," 291. 
Oct. 17: McGill University — 
"Address to Students" {The La- 
dies' Home Journal, Jan., 1908), 
395. Oct. 21: Canadian Club — 
"Labour and Immigration" {The 
Times, Oct. 22, 1907). 

1908, May 20: The Royal Literary 
Fund — "Burdens of Authorship" 
{The Times, May 21). Oct. i: 
Medical School, Middlesex Hos- 
pital — "Doctors," 293. 

1910, July 13: The Cecil Club Ban- 
quet to Lord Charles Beresford — 
"The Navy" {The Times, July 
14). Oct. 25: Folkstone — "On 
Aeronautics" {The Times, Oct. 
26). Nov. 9: Brighton — "Houses 
of Parhament" {The Times, Nov. 
10). 

1913, Sept.25: Burwash — "Nation- 
al Service League" {The Times, 
Sept. 26). 

1 914, Feb. 17: Royal Geographical 
Society — "Some Aspects of Tra- 
vel," 342. May 16: Tunbridge 
Wells— "The Ulster Plot. The 
Secret Bargain," 342. Sept. 7: 



INDEX 



513 



Brighton — "As They Tested our 
Fathers" {The Times, Sept. 8). 

1915, Jan. 27: Mansion House — 
"Recruiting Bands," 300. June 
21: Southport — "Human Beings 
and Germans" {The TimeSy June 
22). Aug. 3: To the Club of the 
Maple Leaf {The Times, Aug. 4). 

1916, Jan. 18: "On the European 
War. Tribute to Russia" {The 
TimeSy]an. 19). May 23: Empire 
Day Message. Dec. 21 : Pimlico — 
"On the European War" {The 
Times, Dec. 22). 

1918, Feb. 15: Folkstone — "Mes- 
sage." July 22: Winchester — 
"The Second Sailing of the May- 
flower" {The Times, July 22). 

1920, April 23: The Royal Society 
of St. George — "The English 
Mind," 395. April 27: The House 
of Commons — "Imperial War 
Graves Commission" {The Times, 
April 28). April 29: Etchingham 

— Unveiling the War Cross {The 
Daily Graphic, April 20). May 19: 
Sandwich — " Cinque Ports " {The 
Times, May 20). July 7: Edin- 
burgh University — Speech {The 
Times, July 8). 

1 92 1, Nov. 18: Paris — The Sor- 
bonne {The Times, Nov. 21). 
Nov. 27: Strasbourg University 

— Speech {The Morning Post, 
Nov. 28). 

1923, Feb. 14: The Hunterian Fes- 
tival, 416. Feb. 19: Edinburgh 
University — Unveiling the War 
Memorial {The Times, Feb. 22). 
Oct. 10: St. Andrews — "Inde- 



pendence," 419. Oct. 10: St. 
Andrews — Men Students' Union 
{The Times, Oct. 12). Oct. 11 : 
Dundee — "Standard of Living 
and Thought," 420. Nov. 10: To 
the Royal Naval Volunteer Re- 
serves {The Times, Nov. 11). 

1924, June 6: Oxford — To the 
Rhodes Scholars {The Times, 
June 7). 

1925, Feb. 22: Shipping Industry, 
426. July 3: Stationers Com- 
pany — "The Eleventh Plague." 

Spies' March, The, 317, 390. 
Spirit of the People, The, 355. 
Spring Running, The, 146, 437. 
Stalky, 223,415. 
Stalky & Co., 222, 441, 448, 450, 452, 

455- 
Standard, The 

1906, July 27: South Africa — "The 
shame of a Majuba Hill," 288. 

1907, April 29: The Sons of Martha, 
290, 390. 

1909, Sept. 16: A Patrol Song, 303, 

394. 
Star, The 

1899, June; Letter to W. J. Clarke, 

218. 
Steam Tactics, 263, 276, 442. 
Stedman, Edmund C, The Life and 

Letters of, 317. 
Stellenbosh, 268. 
Steve Brown's Bunyip, 129. 
Stokes, F. A. 

Recessional, 183, 185. 
Stories and Poems Every Child Should 

Know, 307, 308. 
Stories and Sketches, 139. 
Story of a King, The, 99. 



514 



INDEX 



Story of Muhammad Din, The, 11,36, 

244, 245, 338, 360, 433. 
Story of the Gadsbys, The, 19, 43, 47- 
49,64,68,458. 

First edition, 47. 

Second edition, 48. 

English edition, 48. 

American edition, 49. 
Story of Ung, The, 141, 142, 163, 425, 

Copyright edition, 141. 
Story of Uriah, The, 23. 
Siory 'Teller, The 

191 8, Dec: In the Interest of the 
Brethren, 381. 

1924, May: The Janeites. 
Straight Flush, A, 37. 
Strand Magazine, The 

1892, May: The Lost Legion, 132. 

1900, June: Letter Written for a 
Wounded Soldier. 

1902, Oct.: The Comprehension of 
Private Copper, 276. 

1906, Jan.: Weland's Sword, 284. 
Feb.: Young Men of the Manor, 
284. March: The Knights of the 
Joyous Venture, 284. April: Old 
Men of Pevensey, 284. May: 
A Centurion of the Thirtieth, 
284. June: On the Great Wall, 
284. July: The Winged Hats, 284. 
Aug.: Hal o' the Draft, 284. 
Sept.: "Dymchurch Flit," 285. 
Oct.: The Treasure and the Law, 
285. 

1924, May: A Song of French 
Roads. June: The United Idola- 
tors. Dec: How our Novelists 
Write their Books. Facsimiles of 
MSS. 

1926, Jan.: The Propagation of 



Knowledge. Sept.: The Eye of 

Allah. 
Strang, W^illiam, A Series of Thirty 

Etchings, 191. 
Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes, 

C.E., The, 17, 55, 57, 217, 360, 

435- 
Separate issue, 217. 

Stranger, The, 327, 399. 

Strathmore Series: United States Book 
Co., 61. 

Studio, The 

19CX5, July: Recessional, 182, 186. 

Study of an Elevation in India Ink, 23. 

Submarines, 356, 366. 

Sudan the Respectable, 400. 

Sudder Bazar, The, 15. 

Sullivan, Sir Arthur, Life and Letters 
of, 187, 232. 

Sun, The (New York) 

1890, May 8: A Banjo Song (The 

Lost Legion), 126, 132. 
1892, April: In Sight of Mount 
Monadnock, 137, 398. May: 
Across the Continent, 398. July: 
The Edge of the East, 398; Our 
Overseas Men, 398. Aug.: Some 
Earthquakes, 398; Half-a-Dozen 
Pictures, 398. Nov.: "Captains 



.ourageous. 



The Fore- 



loper, 327. Dec: On One Side 

Only, 399- 

1898, Dec. 8: Kitchener's School, 
241. 

1899, Feb.: The White Man's Bur- 
den. Aug. 14: Cruisers. 

191 5, Sept.: France at War, 354. 
Sunday Pictorial (London) 

191 9, Oct. 26: The Gods of the 
Copy Books, 386. 



INDEX 



515 



Supplementary Chapter, A, 305. 

Supports, The, 385. 

Surgical and Medical, 241. 

Surplus, The, 296, 297. 

Surprise Series: United States Book 

Co., 61. 
Sussex, 266, 268, 428. 
Swastika edition, 451. 
Sweepers, The, 357. 
Swelling of Jordan, The, 48, 437. 
Swept and Garnished, 369, 446. 

Tabu Tale, The, 259, 442, 447, 448, 

455- 
Tacoma-on-the-Boom, 231. 
Taking of Lungtungpen, The, 2Sy 37> 

41, 166, 433. 
Tale of Two Cities, A, 27. 
Tale of Two Suits, The, 24. 
Tale of Yesterday's Ten Thousand 

Years, A, 24. 
Tales of "The Trade," 360-362, 365. 

Copyright edition, 361. 
Tarrant Moss, 325. 
Tempest, The, 206, 285-288. 
Ten Gems, 24, 216. 
Tenth Island, The, 172. 
Tents of Kedar, The, 47, 436. 
Territorial Battalion, A, 350. 
Testing the Eldest Sister's Strength, 

399- 
Teuton 'Tonic, The, 401. 
Thacker, W., & Co.; Thacker, Spink 

&Co. 
1 886-1 898: Departmental Ditties 

and Other Verses, 22. 
1888: Plain Tales from the Hills, 23- 
1892; Barrack-Room Ballads and 

Other Verses, 124. 
Colonial edition. 



That Day, 163. 

That District Log Book, 69, 93. 

Their Lawful Occasions, 269, 276, 330, 

442. 
There Never Was a Queen like Balkis, 

260. 
"There's a whisper down the field," 

124. 
"They," 273, 274, 404, 430, 442. 
Copyright edition, 273. 
Separate issue, 274. 
"They " and The Brushwood Boy, 430. 
"They bear, in place of classic names," 

362. 
Things and the Man, 390. 
Thirty etchings by W. Strang, 191. 
This Side the Styx, 4. 
This Uninhabited Island, 260. 
Thorkild's Song, 284, 330, 338, 443. 
Thousandth Man, The, 315, 326, 381, 

425, 445- 
Three and — an Extra, 35, 37, 41, 432. 
Three Captains, The, 172. 
Three-Decker, The, 163. 
Three Musketeers, The, 35, 37, 40, 41, 

433- 

Three-Part Song, A, 285, 325, 443. 

Three Poems, 319. 

Three Young Men, The — London in a 
Fog, 71, 306. 

Through Isle and Empire (Robert 
D'Humieres), 281. 

Through the Fire, 68, 435. 

Through the Year with Kipling 
(Brown & Co.), 196. 

Through the Year with Kipling (De- 
Wolfe, Fiske & Co.), 196. 

Thrown Away, 35, 432. 

"Tiger! Tiger!" 135, 245, 232, 437- 

Tiglath Pileser, 69, 94, 305. 



5i6 



INDEX 



Times, The 

1892, May, July, Aug., Nov.: From 

Tideway to Tideway, 398. 
1895, Oct- ^4- The Native-Born, 

162. 

1897, April 27: Our Lady of the 
Snows, 199. July 17: Recessional, 
182. 

1898, May 8: Anglo-African Writ- 
ers' Club Dinner; Dec. 8: Kit- 
chener's School, 241. 

1899, Feb. 4: The White Man's 
Burden, 209. Sept. 29: The Old 
Issue, 221. Dec. 6: To the Navy 
League, Rottingdean. 

1900, March 15: The Sin of Witch- 
craft, 238, 251. 

1901, June 5: Bridge-Guard in the 
Karroo, 252. July 29: The Les- 
son, 252. Oct. 12: The Reformer, 
254. 

1902, Jan. 4: The Islanders, 255. 
April 9: The Bunal, 266. Aug. 8: 
On Rifle Ranges. Dec. 22: The 
Rowers, 264. 

1903, Feb. 27: The Settler, 267. 

1905, April 28: To the Automobile 
Club of South Africa. July 22: 
Pro-Consuls, 389. 

1906, May 5: On Literature. Oct. 
20: "The Times" and the Pub- 
lishers, 290. 

1907, May 10: Artists' Benevolent 
Fund, 291. Oct. II: Oriental Im- 
migration. 

1908, May 21: Royal Literary 
Fund. Oct. 2: Middlesex Hospi- 
tal Speech, 293. 

1909, Sept. 16: On Boy Scouts 
Movement. 



1910, Mayi8: The Dead King, 316. 
July 14: To the Navy. Oct. 26: 
At Folkstone. "On Aeronautics." 
Nov. 10: Mayoral Banquet at 
Brighton. 

191 1, Nov. 4: The Boy Scouts 
Movement. 

1913, Sept. 26: National Service 
League. 

1914, Feb. 17: On TravelUng, 342. 
May 18: The Ulster Plot, 343. 
Aug. 6: For All We Have and Are, 
344. Sept. 8: Speech at Brighton. 

191 5, Jan. 28: Recruiting Bands, 
300. June 21 : Human Beings and 
Germans. Aug. 4: To the Club 
of the Maple Leaf. 

1916, Jan. 19: Tribute to Russia — 
The European War. May 23: 
Empire Day Message. June 5: 
Message to New Zealand. June 
21, 23, 28: Tales of "The Trade," 
360. Oct. 19, 23, 26, 31: De- 
stroyers at Jutland, 362. Dec. 22: 
Speech at Pimlico — European 
War. 

1917, May 15: The Society of Au- 
thors. 

191 8, Jan. 22: German War Lust. 
Feb. 15: Folkstone Message, 376. 
March 17: The Irish Guards, 378. 
July 22: The Second Sailing of 
the Mayflower. Oct. 24: Justice, 
380. Oct. 30: National Disinfec- 
tion — German Boycott. Nov. 
28: War Graves Inscription. 

1 91 9, Feb.: Imperial War Graves 
Commission, 386; Letter to Tour- 
ists on War Graves Reverence. 

1920, April 24: Strength of England, 



INDEX 



517 



395. April 28: War Graves Com- 
mission. May 20: The Cinque 
Ports. July 8: Speecli at Edin- 
burgh University. Nov. 13: Re- 
cessional in Greek. 
1921, May 13: At Verdun. Sept. 
16: Letter in Matin — Germany 
and France Compared. Nov. 21: 
Speech at the Sor bonne — "Were- 
wolf in Story." Nov. 27: Speech 
at Strasbourg. 

1923, Feb. 15: TheHunterian Festi- 
val,4i6. Feb. 19: War Memorial, 
Edinburgh. Oct. 11 : Speech at St. 
Andrews, 419. Oct. 12: Speech at 
Men Students' Union. Oct. 13: 
Speech at Dundee, 421. Nov. 10: 
London Stone, 421 ; To the Royal 
Naval Volunteers Reserves. 

1924, June 7: Speech to Rhodes 
Scholars. 

1925, Jan. 16: Free Masonry in 
India. Feb. 12: Chamber of 
Shipping, 426. July 3: Stationers 
Company. 

"Times" and the Publishers, The, 290. 
To a Lady: Persuading Her to a Car, 

269, 270. 
To be Filed for Reference, 37, 433. 
To "Fighting Bob," 239, 246, 412. 
To G. W. Steevens, 237, 240, 242, 412. 
To James Whitcomb Riley, 240, 340. 
To Motorists, 269, 270. 
**To my very noble and approved 

good masters," 14. 
To the People of the Free State, 237, 

243- 
To the Seven Watchmen, 388. 
To the True Romance, 131, 162, 164, 

423> 425. 



To the Unknown Goddess, 23. 

To Tommy Atkins, 122. 

To You, Love, 15. 

Tobacco, 15. 

Tod's Amendment, 2^y 3^, 41, 60, 245, 

360, 433- 
'To-day 

1893, Dec. 30 (to Jan. 6, 1894): The 
Son of his Father, 191, 233, 415. 

1894, March 17: The Last Rhyme 
of True Thomas, 163. March 31, 
April 7: Kaa's Hunting, 135. 
June 2: Mother o' Mine! 88. 

1900: Letter to Sir Arthur Sullivan. 
Together, 322, 446. 
Toilers, The, 26, 164. 
Toilers, The, and L'Envoi, 164, 214. 
Told in the Dormitory, 9, 10, 412. 
Tomb of his Ancestors, The, 13, 190, 

439- 

TomHnson, 124. 

Tommy, 73, 75, 78, 122, 125, 153.^ 

Tommy and Other Poems for Recita- 
tion, 77. 

Toolungala Stockyard Chorus, 326. 

Toomai of the Elephants, 135, 438. 

Tour of Inspection, A, 280. 

Town that Was Born Lucky, The, 
400. 

Track of a Lie, The, 57, 69, 152, 436. 

Tracking of Chuckerbutti, The, 99. 

"Trade, The," 361. 

Traffics and Discoveries, 275-277, 
442, 448, 450, 453-455> 458- 

Traffics and Discoveries, Actions and 
Reactions, 457. 

Tragedy of Teeth, A, 17. 

Translation, A, 368, 446. 

Trawlers, 382. 

Treasure and the Law, The, 285, 443. 



518 



INDEX 



Treasury of War Poetry, A, 373. 
Tree of Justice, The, 310, 315, 445. 

Copyright edition, 310. 
Tree Song, A, 284, 32s, 426, 443- 
Trentino Front, The, 372. 
'Tribune^ The (London) 

1906, Jan. 15 and 16: The Puzzler, 

302. 
Tribune Fresh Air Fund, The, 142. 
Trip across the Continent, A, 337. 
Trooper of Horse, A, 370, 371. 
Troopin', 75, 122. 
Truce of the Bear, The, 266. 
Truthful Song, A, 314, 330, 338, 444. 
"Turnovers," 19, 57,65-71,91, 93, 94, 

99, 100, III, 150, 152, 304-306. 
"'Twas not while England's sword 

unsheathed," 322. 
Twenty Poems, 323, 339, 344, 381, 

382. 
Twilight in the Abbey, 74, 112, 326. 
Two Breitmann Ballads, 424. 
Two Cousins, The, 31 4. 
Two Kopjes, 268. 

Two Months: June, September, 27. 
Two Potters, The, 328. 
Two-Sided Man, The, 249, 328. 
Two Sides of the Medal, 4. 
Two Sonnets, 17. 
Two Tales 

1892, Dec: My Lord the Elephant, 

120, 131. 



Ubique, 268. 
Ulster, 334, 23S^ 390- 

Copyright edition, 334. 

Separate issue, 335. 
Uncle Sam's Army, 107. 
Uncollected Matter, 168. 



Under Lochnagar, 139, 162. 
Under the Deodars, 19, 43, 52-54, S^y 
64, 76, 109. 
First edition, 52. 
Second edition, 53. 
English edition, c^^' 
American edition, 54. 
Under the Deodars, The Phantom 
'Rickshaw, Wee Willie Winkie, 

450. 452- 
Under the Deodars, The Story of the 
Gadsbys, Wee Willie Winkie, 436, 
448, 451. 
Undertaker's Horse, The, 24, 78. 
Undertakers, The, 146, i,2>3^ 438. 
United Idolators, The. See Hearst 

Magazine. 
United Service Magazine, The 

1890, June: A Conference of the 
Powers, 79, 131. 
United Services College Chronicle, The, 

3, 4, 5-14, 26, 2^. 
United States Book Co. 

1890: Plain Tales from the Hills, 61. 
Departmental Ditties, Barrack- 
Room Ballads, and Other Verses, 
61; The Light that Failed, 61; 
Soldiers Three, In Black and 
White, 61; The Phantom 'Rick- 
shaw, Wee Willie W^inkie, 61; 
Under the Deodars, Departmental 
Ditties, 62; The Story of the 
Gadsbys, 48; Indian Tales, 61^. 
1 891: Mine Own People, 61. 
Hovenden Co. (Surprise Series), 54, 

76, 87. 
George Munro's Sons (Seaside Li- 
brary, Pocket Library), 87. 
International Series, 61, 6^^ 109. 
Strathmore Series, 61, 76. 



INDEX 



519 



New York National Co. (Red Letter 

Series), 62. 
J. S. Ogilvie & Co. (Sunnyside 

Series). 
Westminster Series, 61, 87. 
Unlimited " Draw " of "Tick " Boileau, 

The, 17. 
Unpunishable Cherub, The, 68. 
Unqualified Pilot, An, 236, 414. 
Unrecorded Trial, An, 293, 340, 456. 
Unsavory Interlude, An, 223, 44I. 
Up the River, 400. 

Vain Horses, 237. 

Valentine, 352. 

Valley of the Shadow, The, 47, 436. 

Vampire, The, 172, 177-181, 198, 199, 

240, 339y 394, 449- 
Separate issues, 178. 
Vengeance of Lai Beg, The, 99. 
Venus Annodomini, 2^, 37, 433. 
Verdicts, The, 36^, 390. 
Fermonter, 'The, 13J. 
Verse, Inclusive Edition, 391-394. 
Verses 1 889-1 896, 438, 448. 
Verses on Games, 394. 
Verses to James Whitcomb Riley, 340. 
Verses written as a prologue (Edmund 

Gosse Library catalogue), 130, 

412. 
Veterans, The, 390. 
Via Pook's Hill, 285. 
Vibart's Moralities, 326. 
Victorian Anthology, A, 146, 153, 317. 
Village Rifle Club, The, 253. 
Village that Voted the Earth Was 

Flat, The, 368, 445- 
Virginity, The, 390, 400. 
Vision of Hamid Ali, The, 19, 20. 
Vision of India, A, 15. 



Vision of the Enchanted Island, The, 

287. 
Voortrekker, The, 327, 339, 399. 
Vortex, The, 368, 446. 



Wage-Slaves, The, 266, 426. 

Walking Delegate, The, 190, 438. 

W^andering Jew, The, 69, 436. 

War (W. Douglas Newton), 347. 

War in the Mountains, The, 371-373. 
Copyright edition, 371. 
ItaHan edition, 372. 

War Songs and Ballads of Martial 
Life, 227. 

War Verses, 345. 

Wear's Brighter Side (Julian Ralph), 
242, 243. 

Warfare under Water, 2^6. 

Watches of the Night, 35, 37, 432. 

Watt, A. P., & Son 

As Easy as A.B.C., 335; Letters to 
A. P. Watt, 128; The Elephant's 
Child, 234; The Sing-Song of Old 
Man Kangaroo, 235; The Begin- 
ning of the Armadillos, 234. 

Wave, 'The 

\(^ii, June: A Ballade of Photo- 
graphs, 405. 

"Way av Ut, The," 76. 

"Way down the Ravee River," 16. 

Way that He Took, The, 394, 414. 

Way through the Woods, The, 314, 
325, 425, 428, 444. 

Wayside Comedy, A, 52, 436. 

Waytinge, 9, 213, 412. 

" W'e be the gods of the East," 332. 

Wearing of the Green, The (St. 
Patrick's Day), 240. 

Wedding Guest, The, 67. 



520 



INDEX 



Wee Willie Winkie, 19, 43, 57-61, 64, 

244, 245, 359, 404, 437, 453- 

First edition, 57. 

Second edition, 59. 

American edition, 59. 

English edition, 59. 
Wee Willie Winkie, Under the Deo- 
dars, The Phantom 'Rickshaw, 

151-153,455; 

Wee Willie Winkie and Other Stories, 
Life's Handicap, 457. 

Wee Willie Winkie 

1895: "There was once a small boy 
in Quebec," 206. 

Week's News, T^he 

1888, Jan. 7: A Rough Ride, loi; 
The Grave of the Hundred 
Head, 28; The God from the 
Machine, 44. Jan. 14: Gemini, 50; 
Recruiting Extraordinary; The 
Great Census, 99. Jan. 21: Ec- 
centricities of a She-Elephant, 
loi; The Border Cattle Thief, 
123; How a Sati Was Prevented; 
An Episode in Rajput History; 
Intercepted Correspondence (The 
Writing of Yakub Khan), 99; 
A Wayside Comedy, 52. Jan. 
28: Bagman and the Loafers, 
loi; Wee Willie Winkie, 58. Feb. 
4: The Likes o' Us, 305; The Man 
and the Shadow, 440. Feb. 11 : 
A Ballade of Bad Entertainment, 
441 ; The Bride's Progress, 100; 
The Sending of Dana Da, 50. 
Feb. 18; At Twenty-two, 50. 
Feb. 25: My Own True Ghost 
Story, 55. March 3: The Ballad 
of Fisher's Boarding House, 28; 
Poverty in India, loi ; The Track- 



ing of Chuckerbutti, 99, ico; 
Georgie Porgle, in. March 10: 
A Real Live City, By a Savage, 
93; The Song of the Sight Pro- 
tector; The Education of Otis 
Yeere,Part 1, 52. March 17: With 
the Calcutta Police, 93; The Edu- 
cation of Otis Yeere, Part II, 52. 
March 24: The City of Dreadful 
Night, 93; The Big Drunk Draf, 
44. March 31 : The Last Call; At 
Howli Thana, 50. April 7: The 
City of Dreadful Night (Deeper 
and Deeper Still), 93; A Hill 
Homily; His Brother's Keeper, 
305. April 14: The Kingdom of 
Bombay; Concerning Lucia, 93; 
In the Matter of a Private, 45. 
April 21 : The Song of the Women, 
28; Bombaystes Furioso; The 
Hill of Illusion, 52. April 28: 
Dray Wara Yow Dee, 50. May 
5: His Majesty the King, 58. 
May 12: "Sleipner" late "Thu- 
rinda," 305. May 19: Tom Tid- 
dler's Ground (ASelf-MadeMan), 
99; A Supplementary Chapter, 
305. May 26: Poor Dear Mam- 
ma, 47. June 2: The Solid Mul- 
doon, 44. June 9: With any 
Amazement, 47. June 16: The 
Garden of Eden, 47. June 23: 
The Valley of the Shadow, 47. 
June 30: The Swelling of Jordan, 
48. 

\T^he Week's News was not issued 
on July 7.] 

July 14: His Natural Destiny; 
Private Learoyd's Story, 44. 
July 21: [this number does not 



INDEX 



521 



contain anything by Kipling]. 
July 28: The Peculiar Embar- 
rassment of Justice Krenk (The 
Judgment of Dungara), 50. Aug. 
4: In Forma Pauperis; With the 
Main Guard, 44. Aug. 1 1 : Among 
the Railway Folk, 95; In Flood 
Time, 50. Aug. 18: A Simple As- 
sault Case; The Tents of Kedar, 
47. Aug. 25: Among the Railway 
Folk, 95; Only a Subaltern, 52. 
Sept. I : The Giridih Coal Fields, 
84; The Ballad of Boh-da-Thon, 
123. Sept. 8: The Giridih Coal 
Fields, 84; A Second-Rate Woman, 
52. Sept. 15: The Last of the 
Stories, 305. 

Weland's Sword, 284, 443. 

Werner's Readings and Recitations, 

73, 77- 
Westminster Series (Lovell's), 61. 
Wet Litany, The, 276, 330, 428, 442. 
What "Dane-Geld" Means, 322, 446. 
What Happened, 28. 
"What is the moral? Who rides may 

read" (L'Envoi), 48. 
What It Comes To, 100. 
What the People Said, 27, 240. 
Wheeler, A. H., & Co. 

Indian Railway Library, 42. 
"When earth's last picture is painted " 

(L'Envoi), 164. 
"When 'Omer Smote 'is Bloomin' 

Lyre," 163,393. 
When the Cabin Port-Holes, 260. 
When the Great Ark, 327, 400. 
When the Journey Was Intended to the 

City, 456. 
"Where the east wind Is brewed," 

357- 



White Horses, 170, 212, 241, 266. 

Pirated edition, 170. 
White Man's Burden, The, 170, 207- 
210, 241, 266. 

Copyright edition, 207. 

Pirated edition, 209. 
White Seal, The, 135, 333^ 43^. 
"Why gird at Lollius if he care ? " (Ode 

xiii), 402. 
Why Snow Falls at Vernet — A Legend 

of St. Saturnia, 324, 416. 
Widow at Windsor, The, 75, 122. 
Widow's Party, The, 123. 
Widower, The, 328. 
Wiener, G. A. S. 

1901: Recessional and "Bobs," 187. 
"Wilful-Missing," 268. 
William the Conqueror, 190, 244, 245, 

404, 439- 
William the Conqueror's Work, 322, 

446. 
Williamson (George W.) sale, 62, 351. 
Windsor Magazine 

1895, Feb.: An Unqualified Pilot, 

336,414. 

1897, June: Winning the Victoria 
Cross, 414. 

1898, May: The Destroyers, 193, 
266. Dec. : Stalky, 223, 41 5. 

1899, Jan.: An Unsavory Interlude, 
223. Feb.: Impressionists, 223. 
March: Moral Reformers, 223. 
April: A Little Prep, 223. June: 
The Last Term, 223. Dec: Bio- 
graphical Sketch of Kipling (C. E. 
Norton), 40. 

1901, Oct.: M.I., 253. Dec: A 
Sahibs' War, 276. 

1902, Feb.: The Elephant's Child, 
234, 258. Oct.: The Cat that 



522 



INDEX 



Walked by Himself, 257, 259. 
Dec: Steam Tactics, 263, 276. 

1903, Aug.: Bonds of Discipline, 
276. Sept.: The Tabu Tale, 259, 
442. Dec. (to Jan., 1904): Their 
Lawful Occasions, 269, 276. 

1904, Sept.: Mrs. Bathurst, 277. 
Dec: A Tour of Inspection, 280. 

1905, Dec: With the Night Mail, 
298, 302. 

1907, Feb.: Portrait of Kipling by 
Spy. 

1908, Dec: The Mother Hive, 302. 
191 1, Aug.: The Honours of War, 

368. 
1914, Dec: The Friendly Brook, 

, 367. 

Winged Hats, The, 284, 236, 443. 

Winners, The, 48, 326. 

Winning the Victoria Cross, 414. 

"Wireless," 276, 442. 

Wisdom from the East (The Rupaiyat 
of Omar Kal'vin), 23. 

Wise Baviaan, A, 257. 

Wish House, The. See Hearst Maga- 
zine. 

Wishing Caps, The, 248, 329. 

With any Amazement, 47, 150, 436. 

With Drake in the Tropics, 322, 446. 

With Number Three, 241, 329. 

With Number Three, Surgical and 
Medical, and New Poems, 24a- 
242. 

With Scindia to Delhi, 123. 

With the British Fleet, 359. 

With the Calcutta PoHce, 93, 95. 

With the Main Guard, 44, 45, 165, 

434- 
With the Night Mail, 297, 298, 302, 

33S' 



Separate issues, 297, 298. 
Without Benefit of Clergy, 59, 79, 84, 
109, 112,217,404,435. 
Separate issues, 217. 
Wonderful Years to Be, 400. 
Woodward & Lothrop 

The Vampire, 179. 
Work of the Royal Naval Reserve, 

The, 126,383. 
Works of Rudyard Kipling, The (L. S. 

Livingston), 250. 
PForld, The (New York) 

1894, June 10: A Strange Tale of 
the Jungle, 145. Oct. 14: A Mira- 
cle of the Present Day, 146. Dec 
2: The Story of Ung, 163. 
1896, April 26: How Breitmann 
Became President on the Bicycle 
Ticket, 424. 

1922, May: The King's Pilgrimage, 
408. 

World "To-day, The 

1924, May: The Houses, 389. 
World Without, The, 47, 68, 436. 
World's Work (London) 

1923, May: Hunterian Festival. 
"The Mystery of Man," 416. 

Worst of It, The, 10, 213, 440. 
Wreck of the Visigoth, The, 70, 150, 

I9i>439>448. 
Wressley of the Foreign Office, 37, 38, 

_ 3'^S^ 433- 
Writing of Yakub Khan, The, 99. 
Wrong Thing, The, 309, 314, 444. 
Copyright edition, 309. 

Yale Literary Magazine 

1896, May: Memorabilia Yalen- 
sia — " Mulvaney's Regrets," 1 59, 
206. 



INDEX 



523 



Year-Boke of the Sette of Odd Vol- 

umes, The, 119. 
Year Book for the London School of 

Printing, The, 420. 
Years Between, The, 387-390, 446, 

450, 454. 
Years Between, The, and Poems from 

History, 446, 448. 
Years Between, The, The Muse among 

the Motors, 456. 
Yellowstone Park, The, 337. 
"Yoked with an Unbeliever," ;^^y 37, 

432. 
Young British Soldier, The, 76, 122. 
Young Men of the Manor, 284, 443. 
Young of Heart Series, The, 224. 



Young Queen, The, 267, 428. 
Young, Col. Keith, Delhi — 1857, 

187. 
Youth's Companion, The 

1893, Oct. 19: An English School, 

12,171,224,415. 
1895, Sept. 10: The Bold 'Prentice, 
191,415. 

1897, June 3: Winning the Victoria 
Cross, 4I4. 

1898, Oct. 27: Recessional, 182. 
Nov. 10: The Burning of the 
'Sarah Sands,' 23^, 4^S' 

Zion, 263, 390. 
Zogbaum, 412.